Maia Ruth Lee, Auspicious Glyphs 1.2, 2016. Steel, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist
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Artist Maia Ruth Lee will discuss her creative practice and lead a workshop exploring creation, migration, and the translation of symbols and glyphs.
This program is part of the series Artistic Practice: Skill-Sharing. For this series, invited artists and cultural producers share techniques they have learned and experiment with creative methods of exchanging knowledge and conveying experience.
Maia Ruth Lee (b. 1983, Busan, South Korea) lives and works in New York. Lee has had solo exhibitions at Jack Hanley Gallery (2018) and Eli Ping Frances Perkins (2016) in New York and has participated in numerous group shows, including the Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2019), and exhibitions at Parisian Laundry, Montreal (2019); Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles (2017); CANADA, New York (2016); and Salon 94, New York (2016). She received a Rema Hort Mann Foundation grant in 2017. Lee is also Director of the nonprofit after-school art program Wide Rainbow.