JUNO SHEN is a neon artist based in New York. Her work explores the relationship between humans and light. A graduate of Parsons, she studied Design and Technology with a focus on lighting and the effects of light on mental health. She began bending glass as a form of instinctual self-healing from a severe bout of seasonal affective disorder. Drawn to the physicality of the technique and the energy of the flame, she quickly developed an emotive free-form “tortured” style of neon bending that formed the basis of her work.

 
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SUITE OF MY INNER FIRE

2018

Structure in neon and Mirror

45 x 12 x 7 inches

 
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SIZE FOR THE FUTURE

2018

Structure in neon

62 x 25¼ x 5 inches

 
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ANGEL FOR THE GOOD TIMES

2018

Structure in neon

14¼ x 12 x 8 inches

 
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SPRING OF YESTERDAY

2018

Structure in neon

17 x 11 x 8 inches

 
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WHISPERS STICK

2018

Structure in neon 

15 x 3 x 4 inches

 
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MAKE A FORTUNE

2018

Hand-bent neon, green glitter acrylic, holographic film

15 x 20 x 6 inches

 
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DOUBLE HAPPINESS

2018

Hand-bent neon, pink glitter acrylic, holographic film

20 x 20 x 6 inches

 
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EIGHT OF BAMBOO

2018

Hand-bent neon, green glitter acrylic, holographic film

15 x 20 x 6 inches