The photographer hangs over the Gangnam district in Seoul, South Korea.
Ahn says her inspiration for the series came from growing up in New York.
Ahn dangles her legs over the edge of a cliff overlooking the Sea of Japan.
Jun Ahn photographs her feet as she sits on the edge of a rooftop overlooking the skyscrapers of New York City.
The artist dangles her feet over a bridge in Greece.
Ahn sits on the edge of a rooftop looking across Seoul, South Korea.
Ahn perches over the skyline of Seoul, South Korea.
Ahn stands at a cliff overlooking the 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road in Australia.
Ahn sits on the edge of a rooftop overlooking New York City.
Ahn sits on the edge of a rooftop in Seoul, South Korea.
Ahn dangles over the edge of a rooftop in Seoul, South Korea.
Ahn sits on the ledge of an alcove in Italy.
Ahn sits on the ledge of a rooftop overlooking Hong Kong.
Ahn hangs over a spiraling staircase.
Ahn describes the series as "a kind of performance without an audience." Her images will be on display at the Christophe Guye Gallery in Zurich, Switzerland in October.
Photographer Jun Ahn takes daring self-portraits, perched high above cities and cliff tops, to create images that show what it’s like to live on the edge.