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Grace Jin was born in Ohio but raised by her grandparents in Yueqing, a fishing town in southeastern China bordered by the Yandang mountains and Pacific Ocean. She is a medical student and artist in San Francisco, working mainly in painting, calligraphy, and installation.

Grace’s practice in art, just as in medicine, is a ritual quest for healing—to soften pain and alchemize memory, combining studies of biomedical science, ancestral spirituality, decolonial theory and radical feminist literature to imagine new worlds of collective liberation.

Grace is currently a studio artist at Root Division. She received a BA in Global Affairs from Yale University and is currently studying at Stanford School of Medicine.  Her work has been exhibited at galleries in San Francisco, Oakland, Albany, Stanford, and New Haven. 

 

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