Yoon’s art practice is very much influenced by the fields of science and physics as his work continuously exposes what is often invisible. Yoon exposes socially constructed notions of race, class, and gender by combining images of the human body with materials that possess invisible properties. To aid the physical properties of glass in speaking about society, Yoon’s art uses a variety of media and phenomena for instance sound, reflection, and human perception. He has exhibited his works in Corning Museum of Glass, FILE Sao Paulo, Singapore Open Media Art Festival, Chimei Museum in Taiwan, Museum of Arts and Design NY, Renwick Gallery in Smithsonian American Art Museum, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Syracuse University NY and Hunter College NY.  His work is included in the collections at Smithsonian American Art Museum, Song Eun Art Space, Tama Art University and West Collection.