Eun Hye Kang is a Seoul and New York-based installation artist born in Seoul, South Korea. She recently graduated with a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 2013. Kang received her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 2010. Kang creates large-scale geometric installations in architectural spaces. She uses lines as a way to decompose the space. Also, she tries to create negative volume by using achromatic lines. With concepts of division and proportion, she aims to represent abstract shape and contour in the spaces. She trained as a Full-time apprentice at Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, PA, U.S. in 2012. After graduation from the graduate school, Kang participated in Vermont Studio Center Residency in Johnson, Vermont in 2013 and was involved as a recent graduate resident and studio member at the Brooklyn Art Space, Brooklyn, New York in 2014. Also, She participated in her solo exhibition in NYC in 2014 and over 30 group exhibitions in Seoul, South Korea / Sofia, Bulgaria / Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Colorado, Maryland, and Michigan in the U.S. Recently, She had been selected as an artist for the Han-gul big festival organized by the Culture Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and created a large-scale pattern installation using Han-gul in the Gwanghwamun Square. Kang has a solo exhibition for <2015-2016 Notable Artist Award> at Korean Cultural Center in Paris, France in February, 2016 and participate in a long-term residency at the Young-Eun Museum of Contemporary Art located in Gwang-ju, Gyeonggi-do. Recently, she is studying Ph.D in Fiber Art at Hong-ik University graduate School.