Visiting Artist: Jimin Lee

Jimin Lee will speak about the conceptual transition in her work from images focused on mundane personal objects that have contact with parts of her body to a newer focus on images that use objects such as cars, elevators or airplanes that transport her entire body to a new location. She will also describe her recent research activities and her experiences at residencies in Spain, Australia, Finland and India.

Jimin Lee is a Korean-born painter and print media artist.  A graduate of Seoul National University (BFA, Painting; MFA, Printmaking), she also holds a second MFA in printmaking from San Francisco Art Institute. Lee has had solo exhibitions at Anchor Graphics in Chicago; QCC Art Gallery at the City University of New York; Don Soker Contemporary Art in San Francisco; DoART Gallery/Hyundai Gallery in Seoul; Shirota Gallery in Tokyo; AndrewShire Gallery in Los Angeles; Megalo Gallery in Canberra, Australia; and Open Studio Gallery in Toronto, Canada.  Lee has shown in over 100 group exhibitions nationally and internationally.

She is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 - 7:00pm - 8:45pm
UCSC Media Theater