Jae Wook Lee

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JaeWook Lee is an artist, writer, and sometime curator. Lee is the recipient of the prestigious award-the 4th SINAP (Sindoh Artist Support Program). Lee’s works have been exhibited internationally, including Museo Juan Manuel Blanes, Montevideo (2014), MANIFESTA 9 parallel event, Hassalt (2012), Chelsea Art Museum, New York(2011), Coreana Museum, Seoul(2006), etc. Lee is currently a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.


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Thursday 2 February 2017

Games People Play

My niece is now a four-year-old. Her name is Jiyou. Between ages one and two, she mostly enjoyed touching things, especially glittering ones.

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Saturday 5 November 2016

The Cut and the Crumb

The Cut and the Crumb curated by Brittany De Nigris and Adam Milner brings together artworks that construct a way of defamiliarizing our general sense of everyday objects. As the title suggests, the objects in the show were cut or torn apart from the original conditions, and the functions and meanings that used to circulate on the surface of things have gone.

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Saturday 1 October 2016

Liverpool Biennial 2016

Without a central hub, the Liverpool Biennial 2016 consists of many venues across the city of Liverpool such as an old theater, supermarkets, restaurants, public squares, galleries, etc. With the Biennial guild map, you can start from any desired venue.

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samedi 6 août 2016

Treatise on Rhythm, Color, and Birdsong : the Lexicon

In the last two essays, I’ve discussed the works of composer Olivier Messiaen and painter Remedios Varo. They both fearlessly sought validation from fields of knowledge other than art and music, creating different nodes of connection with the world beyond the dominant genres or styles of their time.

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Thursday 30 June 2016

Treatise on Rhythm, Color, and Birdsong - Part II

Contemporary art comes from a range of fields of study that encourage opportunities to work in cross-disciplinary ways. Drawing inspiration from music, dance, science—including physics and biology, philosophy, literature, engineering, etc., these fields explore how different forms of knowledge meet at the heart of the active practice of reimagining the world [1].

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Tuesday 23 February 2016

Thing Thinks

We think, feel, and speak. Does an object also think, feel, speak, and voice its will? This article looks at a group of philosophers who have suggested the existence of an object world through the non-anthropocentric lens beyond human comprehensions.

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Wednesday 27 January 2016

The Curatorial Innovation as Art

This essay proposes an existing but still forming concept – the fundamental role of an artist who takes the curatorial innovation as her or his primary medium.

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