And, of course, they’re rich with color. Not, however, the
solid blocks of color that characterized some of Min’s earlier work; these offer
shimmering, luminous layers of color, overlapping and translucent. The more
complex works contain curving forms, while others are rigid and more linear. They invite the viewer to look closer,
to measure the depths of color and form, to feel the shifts in energy in these ribbons
of color that seem to undulate like waves or rush like wild streams.