Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
Mina Cheon is a global Korean new media artist, scholar, and educator who has exhibited her political pop art “Polipop” internationally with a thematic focus on geopolitical and contested spaces, race culture and postcolonialism, and Asia’s relationship to the Western world in global media culture. In particular, Cheon has worked on North Korean awareness and global peace projects in historic alignment to appropriation art and global activism art. Cheon’s last major exhibition was at the Busan Biennale 2018, while having shown in and/or collected by the Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul Olympic Museum, American University Museum, Smith College Museum of Art, Baltimore Museum of Art, and represented by the Ethan Cohen Gallery NY. Cheon is the writer of Shamanism and Cyberspace, contributor for ArtUS, WolganMisool, NY Arts Magazine, and a Full-time Professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She served as a past board of NMC and editor of Media-N.