LEE Suet Ying 李雪盈
Lee Suet Ying received her master degree in visual art from Hong Kong Baptist University. Her recent works show her interest in how people create the sense of place in different kinds of space. She tries to extend the spirit of humanity by “generating experience” based on the daily observations of places and objects. Using art as a medium, Lee presents what she feels about living in this city, thereby creating in the urban space the meaning of life/living.
Sculpture as a medium to me is more about the process. At the beginning, there is a process of intimacy between different materials and me. The materials respond/react to my actions and are converted into different forms and shapes that contain particular moments or emotions. The outcome of the creation is then installed in an actual time and space. The representation of the work allows me to reassess the work and its relationship with the substantial space in a rather detached distance, the work keeps transforming and emerging, and may continue to expand and develop into a new possibility during the process of installation.
480 x 53 cm
Latex, gelatin bioplastic, wood, bronze
30 x 30 x 5 cm
Gelatin bioplastic, wood, glass, bronze
33 x 23 x 20 cm
Latex, gelatin bioplastic, cement, bronze
15 x 15 x 100 cm