Created in Seoul, South Korea before transitioning back to the U.S, [theYOUTH] looks at the youth culture, as a universal code; though transnationally ideologies and practices differentiate our subcultures.
Based off the ideas of communitas and representation, [theYOUTH] captures the liminoid space of youth culture; the existential moments when we are experiencing communitas. Where nothing really matters even though we know it does and where 2+2=5.
[theYOUTH] is for the culture because we are the culture.
about the artist -
Smith College Graduate
B.A in Film and Anthropology
Minimalist that's always doing too much.
Multi-media artist whose work tries to initiate/add to discourse surrounding intersectionalities of classism, race, gender, and sexuality within popular culture.
She’s a deep lover of minimalist aesthetics, hip-hop, Kanye West, Korean cinema, and herself.