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Diana Yoo is a second-generation Korean-Canadian photo-based artist, educator, and researcher. Yoo is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Education: Language, Culture, and Teaching at York University. She received her M.F.A. from Western University, and both her B.Ed. and B.F.A. Honours from York University. Yoo’s intersectional identity as a second-generation, Korean-Canadian, racialized female is foundational to her self-reflexive autobiographical research. Yoo explores questions about what it means to be a racialized settler on colonized land. Yoo's work has been exhibited throughout Ontario as well as internationally at venues such as: Korean Cultural Centre Canada, Arko Art Gallery (Seoul, South Korea), Koffler Gallery (Toronto), University of Waterloo Art Gallery (Waterloo), ArtLab Gallery (London), Orillia Art Museum (Orillia), Papermill Gallery (Toronto), JOUEZ at the BIG on Bloor Festival for Arts and Culture! (Toronto), John B. Aird Gallery (Toronto), The Art Gallery of Peterborough (Peterborough), and CONTACT Photography Festival (Toronto).
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