“The artist team of Kyungmi Shin and Todd Gray are the principles of Shin Gray Studio based in Los Angeles, CA. Taking cues from natural and cultural context of the project site, Shin Gray Studio creates public artworks that are visually striking and meaningful in relation to the site. A number of public artwork commissions for a variety of private and public entities have been completed including the Los Angeles International Airport, Hope Street Margolis Family Center in Los Angeles, Milton Rhodes Arts Center in Winston Salem, NC, and Lennox Library and Constituent Service Center in Los Angeles, CA, among many others.
Kyungmi Shin is a sculptor and installation artist. She received MFA from UC Berkeley. Her works have been exhibited at Berkeley Art Museum, Sonje Art Museum, Korea, Japanese American national Art Museum, and Torrance Art Museum, and have received numerous grants including California Community Foundation Grant, Durfee Grant, Pasadena City Individual Artist Fellowship and LA Cultural Affairs Artist in Residence Grants.
Todd Gray is a photographer. He received MFA from Cal Arts, and his work is collected by numerous collections including San Francisco Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Norton Family Foundation, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. His work has been exhibited at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Renaissance Society, Chicago, Scotsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Smithsonian Anacostia Museum. Todd Gray is a professor emeritus of photography and digital imaging at California State University, Long Beach, CA.”