Angie Nam is a visual artist from Seoul, South Korea who presently resides in New York City. She recently received her MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts in New York and holds B.Arch from University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Nam primarily works with sculpture, photograph, and painting in an installation form. She focuses on exploring diverse ways to push representation in photography to the limit by combining with alternative presentations and unexpected materials to visualize fleeting moments. By manipulating photographs, Nam creates images exploring the ideas of absence and loss during the process of losing which is similar to the process of losing memory.