Eunice Uhm

Eunice Uhm

Eunice Uhm

PhD Candidate

uhm.3@osu.edu

Eunice Uhm studies modern and contemporary art, with a transnational focus on the United States and East Asia. Her dissertation, “The Subversive Possibilities of Diaspora: Aesthetic Subjectivities of Migration and Displacement in South Korean and Japanese Art, 1960s – Present,” examines the conditions of migration and the diasporic aesthetic subjectivities in the works of contemporary Japanese and South Korean art from the 1960s to the present.

Eunice graduated from American University with a BA in Art History and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She then received her MA in History of Art from the Ohio State University, where she examined the role of the audience in contexualizing transnational artists within the dynamics of the avant-garde paradigm.