Cybèle Young is a multidisciplinary artist and author best known for her intricate Japanese paper installations and children’s books. More recently, her practice has encompassed photography, ceramics, stop-motion film, video, and kinetic works. Young’s works form relationships where the mundane coincides with the surreal, and the ebb and flow of growth and regression reside on equal planes. Sculptures manifest as one-act plays, and large tableaux map clues to epic stories. She studied at the Ontario College of Art and Design, since having mounted over twenty solo and thirty group exhibitions, and has received multiple grants and awards, including Canada’s Governor General’s Award. Cybèle is represented by Forum Gallery NYC, and her books are published worldwide, currently with Penguin Random House.