Emerging: Soonran Youn

Hickman, Pat
October 2003
Surface Design Journal;Fall2003, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p40
Trade Publication
An interview with artist Soonran Youn is presented. Youn notes that every single piece of art she makes brings her various emotions which drive her to confront another work. She believes that making art is to understand herself and life and involves continuous communication with herself. Youn relates the techniques and processes she employs and the ideas she expresses in her works.


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