MyLoan Dinh is a multidisciplinary artist. Reflecting on her experiences as a former refugee and woman of color, her work addresses everyday manifestations of cultural identity, memory and displacement. She explores, through diverse media, the porous boundary between personal and collective history. She deconstructs materials, images, objects and texts to (re)construct personal experiences and narratives within the greater cultural context of which she is a part. She has exhibited internationally and her work can be found in public and private collections in the Europe and USA including the Muhammad Ali Center. Accomplishments include: ASC Creative Renewal Fellowship, McColl Center for Art + Innovation Residency, Community Impact Grant (Partnership for Democracy, Berlin), Individual Artists grants (Department of Arts & Culture, Berlin).