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Along with many other artists in the 1980s and early 1990s, Jin-me Yoon’s work has critically foregrounded – through formal and conceptual means – the processes of racialization as well as sexual difference to subvert stereotypes and dominant discourses. Jin-me Yoon’s more recent video work e
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