Kay Yoon works with various mediums, primarily in sculpture and installation, as well as drawing, performance, and media art. Her multidisciplinary practice is essentially grounded in conceptual art and revolves around reflections on spatial design concepts and the absurdity that emerges in their interactions with natural spaces and materials. In a search of better understanding in contemporary surroundings, she often borrows the language of nature and the reminisces of her cultural experiences shaped by a mixture of esoteric traditions, conservatism, self-censorship, and pop culture. Among these experiences, she gathers the paradoxical dynamics of their relations to our bodies and playfully transcends them into her minimalistic and often uncanny aesthetics.