Sae Oh(b.1993) is Providence & Seoul based interdisciplinary artist, designer, and poet. She is pursuing an MFA in Digital+Media at Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA, until 2023. She received a BA in Theatre & Film Design from Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea, in 2017. Her study in spatial design in a narrative context has expanded her practice into video design in space and experimental music video direction. In her commercial works, she has produced art videos for clients such as J HWA and Theatrical Laboratory Machal from 2015 to 2018. Alongside these works, she has published a book, Tomorrow Where You Were Me, archiving her poetic texts from 2015 to 2020. These experiences inspired her to study programming-based art, which allows digital technology mediates the artist’s text and the viewer’s individual contextualization. Using text and technology as glitch translators, Sae explores how her sentimentalism is filtered and evolves into a collective memory.
Sae has been awarded RISD Graduate Fellowship, and her works have been exhibited as part of No Longer Transparent in Gelman Gallery in Providence and Transitory Void in Cyberarts Gallery in Boston.

photo by Yerim Han