R. Yun is a moving image artist whose practice in video and 16mm film is multimodal and research based. Her work investigates race, labor, disease and disability, and sites of historical and psychosocial trauma. She is a recipient of the McKnight Media Artist Fellowship, Jerome Foundation grant, and University of Minnesota Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections Olson Innovation Artist in Residence award. She has taught at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, University of California at Santa Cruz and Carleton College in Minnesota. Screenings and exhibitions of her work include: Center for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow; REDCAT Gallery, Los Angeles; Galerija Nova, Zagreb; Souvenirs from Earth International TV Project, Cologne; Light Industry, Brooklyn; Raum für Projektion, Bergen, Olso & Buenos Aires; Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; Flaten Art Museum, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Minneapolis; Wits School of the Arts, Johannesburg; Festival Images Contre Nature, Marseille; Berlinale Talent Campus Editing Studio, Berlin.