A young Yu is a Korean-American artist based in New York.

Blood Memory

Video, 2020, 6:00 (In Collaboration with Nicholas Oh)

Filmic performance of crossing a bridge installed between two doors in the Hudson Valley, New York. Performance explores omens in shamanic Korean traditions. No sound

Dream, Ceramic

2021, 6X4X4 Inches (In Collaboration with Nicholas Oh and Sung Park)

25 small wood-fired ceramic vessels imbued with dreams of various artists

A Young received her MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University and BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design. She was awarded Artist In the Market (AIM) Fellowship by the Bronx Museum of Arts, Gold Prize by the AHL-T&W Foundation, the Individual Artist Fellowship by the MidAtlantic Foundation of Arts, and was nominated for the Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s Emerging Artist Grant. Her work was also featured in the Christie’s Educational annual journal. She has been exhibited at venues such as Fredric Snitzer Gallery, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Time Square Space, Jewish Museum, and Vermont Studio Center.