Join the Korean Cultural Center for the opening Resonance, a solo exhibition of dreamlike glass installation and sculpture works by Jubee Lee, the center’s 2019 Artist of the Year. Lee explores her personal memories and perception by creating immersive art spaces that integrate interactive sound, light, and visual elements. Growing up in a seaside city, she is particularly inspired by the natural element of water and creates innovative, large-scale installations, sculptures, drawing, and paintings that reflect this influential setting primarily through layered, image-embedded glass.
In Resonance, Lee presents a selection of contemplative installations built around the visual motif of the repeating Korean traditional roof tile, kiwa, a powerful reminder of her childhood and the imaginative potential of her inner mind. Through this exhibition, audiences are invited to enter into a meditative dialogue with the artist and their own inner self as they become immersed in the gentle waves of kiwa that exist through the ethereal nature of glass.
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Washington, DC 20008