Memory is something intangible. It is a moment locked inside you that you can only replay in your mind. My artwork is a reflection of these memories. I take inspiration from artists whose work has a similar theme, such as Louise Bourgeois. Her use of materials and imagery is incredibly fascinating to me. When I finish a piece, I often begin another based on that work. I believe that pushing myself to stretch an idea as far as possible is where creativity thrives. Like Jasper Johns said, "take something and do something to it, and then do something else to it." True discoveries are created through transformation.
-- Sarah Yun was born in January of 2003. She is currently attending an international high school in South Korea. Her hobbies are sewing, collecting small glass sculptures, and studying design. Her future aspiration is to become an industrial or product designer.