Ten Women and Ten Objects

Yejeong Mutter


 









Yejeong Mutter worked as a designer and marketer before finishing her Master’s degree in art photography in London. She enrolled in a PhD program in cognitive psychology in Germany. She is currently investing on the creativity of artists and designers.

If you could describe yourself as an everyday object, what would it be? And why?



When I heard the question, the first thing that came to me was water. It sometimes overflows, but the water does not appear to be in any specific shape. It is properly stored in a container wherever it is kept. It becomes hard and sharp when it freezes, and it flies everywhere when it becomes too hot. It’s dirty and transparent. I think it suits me well. Some- times I’m lazy, sometimes I’m powerful, sometimes I can’t sit still for a second... I think it fits me well.