Amy M. Youngs

Amy M. Youngs creates biological art, interactive sculptures, and digital media works that explore interdependencies between technology, plants, and animals. Her practice-based research involves entanglements with the non-human, constructing ecosystems, and seeing through the eyes of machines. She has created installations that amplify the sounds and movements of living worms, indoor ecosystems that grow edible plants, a multi-channel interactive video sculpture for a science museum, and community-based, participatory video, social media, and public webcam projects.

Events and Residencies

Wednesday / October 13, 2021 at 1:00 pm

EMPAC + iEAR Presents

Feminist Queer Augmented and Virtual Realities