February 28, 2019 | 1:00 pm | 611 Alexander Studios | FREE
Khan Lee was born in Seoul, Korea. He studied architecture at Hong-Ik University, before immigrating to Canada to study fine art at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Through sculptural and media practices, his work attempts to exhibit results of experimentation with form and process in order to express inherent relationships between material and immaterial content. He is a founding member of the Vancouver-based artist collective Intermission and is presently a member of the Instant Coffee artist collective. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Lee lives and works in Vancouver, BC.
Lee’s solo exhibition titled Wings of Desire attempts to depict the phenomenon of diverse frequencies, from radio, television, phone, and Bluetooth devices, and their impact on daily life. Wings of Desire opens on Thursday February 14 at Republic Gallery and runs through to March 23.