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Grounded in a practice of drawing, Young pushes the boundaries of line and mark making towards cut paper, cast shadows or smeared ash. She works with glass, roofing felt, ash, salt and light in experimental ways and layers meaning alongside materiality and process. In her installations, other worlds are accessed through the portals of mirrors, projected video and light. Referencing theater and literature, Young mines the psychology of spaces and memory, juxtaposing video of environmental events with architectural elements. Associations of nature and surrealism echo fairytales and horror films and these intersections reflect upon the construct of memory. Young's recent projects have responded to place and impermanence, using both the urban and natural environments as a framework. Transience/Sojourn, was developed from a trip to


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Block Party , 2014

Wish You Were Here, 2016
Razzle Dazzle, 2016
Unframed, 2015
If These Walls... II, 2015
Pumping Up The Volume At A.I.R., 2014
If These Walls..., 2014