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Nancy is a Korean-American interdisciplinary artist, designer and creative, whose work navigates across sculpture, sound, and architecture. Their projects consider both time and “waste” as physical materials that transmute into portals to hidden stories. Their sonic moniker, Nyhne, explores feedback, drone, found sounds, ritual, and spoken word to form textural landscapes for catharsis. Their umbrella creative studio, House of Cose, offers workshops in architectural psychology, spatial design, and neuro-linguistic discovering.

Currently, they are co-creating a hotel, bath house, community space and club in the Hudson Valley centering art, well-being and the liminal space. Previously, they were Design Director at Ace Hotel Group, led design at craft-forward companies like Henrybuilt, and taught design studios at Parsons School of Design.

They have shown work at Reykjavik Art Museum, Arario Gallery, Van Alen Institute, and MIT Keller Gallery. They hold degrees from Parsons School of Design (BFA), and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.Arch), where they received The MIT Energy Initiative Grant, CAMIT Art Grant, and Louis C. Rosenberg Thesis Fellowship.