About the artist: I’m sixteen, and I live in California. In my writings I like to take traditional planes of thought—in this case, the existence of fate and religion and the story of Medusa, respectively—and explore what it means to me to twist the norm. My artwork is part of an investigation of how memory can be fallible and how as we get older there comes a fear of forgetting. I wanted to portray that concept in art, as well as some themes that relate to memory, such as music and how it can stimulate the brain and help you remember. *Note: Read Chloe's writing in this issue of Girls Right the World!