Min Yoon

Min joined Bad Unkl Sista after being literally moved speechless and to her knees, the first time she saw them perform. She is now dedicated to studying movement in stillness and collective consciousness with Anastazia Louise Aranaga. Min started butoh dance out of the darkest moments in her life, to dive into deeper landscapes and research the images, opening, and movement we need for our times.

Min’s artworks focus on sharing a sense of connection and presence across socio-political divides. Her works have ranged across immersive experiences, poetry, stories, social games, and ritual design. In addition to Stillness Studies with Anastazia Louise Aranaga, her movement studies include JINEN Butoh School with Atsushi Takenouchi and butoh dance workshops with Yumiko Yoshioka, Maureen Fleming, Mizu Desierto, and Haruko “Crow” Nishimura. She has also studied Rhetoric and Philosophy with a focus on Narrative & Image at University of California, Berkeley.