Mimi Park (b. 1996, Seoul, South Korea) is an interdisciplinary artist who makes site specific installations of kinetic sculptures currently living and working in New York. Park primarily takes inspiration from life's various cyclical patterns, which includes microcosms, soft circuitry and beyond in order to build diminutive yet fantastical new worlds. The sensorial realm occupies a central role in her work, as she is interested in the ways that neurodivergent forms of communication can often be misconstrued, something that she has experienced firsthand. She has exhibited internationally, most notably a recent solo show "Dawning: dust, seeds, Coplees'' at Lubov Gallery in New York; "High Jump" at New Works Gallery, Chicago; and in the group exhibition "A Drawing: A Secret'' at Projektraum145, Berlin. Her work has been featured in publications such as Art in America, The Art Newspaper, and Artforum.