Last night I saw the same dream I saw the day we met たまたま?Was it luck, chance or fate?
What was the color of the eyes on my favorite doll The taste of my first lipgloss
I can’t pick and choose my memories But I can pick and choose my curtains.
Every bookmark is a wish This is the new me
Compressed into the digital My past self, my imagined self, the you and the I
We are all together in the same room Timeless, timestamped
Maybe it’s coincidence, maybe it’s destiny
dream dream desire despair
It’s never too late to be who you might have been.
Today I threw away a shirt I’ve been wanting to throw away
Objects that once defined me Where are they now?
Displaced from the private
to a place of dreams, delusion
I want every object to be meaningful, to be felt, to be mine
to be shared
Sara Yukiko Mon (b. 1996, San Francisco, California) is a multidisciplinary artist and designer living and working in New York, New York. She graduated from UCLA with a BA in Design | Media Arts in 2018. Her work highlights the beauty and humor in casual, mundane happenings while playing with themes of nostalgia and identity. Recent solo and duo exhibitions include Pirouette (2022) and Two Birds, One Stone at Gern en Regalia (2020). She has shown in recent group exhibitions at Entrance Gallery and A.D. NYC.
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