Online Visiting Artist Lecture by Larry Lee
When: Tuesday, September 22 at 7 p.m.
Where: via Zoom https://illinoisstate.zoom.us/j/95168210899
Artist website: larryleechicago.com
Image info: Larry Lee, Waiting for Earl Derr Biggers and Chang Apana in front of the Pui Tak Center (formerly the On Leong Merchant Association Building) on Wentworth, 2008. Digitally manipulated photograph on canvas. 32 x 18 inches.
This lecture is organized by the Wonsook Kim School of Art Visiting Artists Program.
Larry Lee is a multimedia artist, independent curator and writer who earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he also teaches Art History, Theory and Criticism. His practice includes sculpture, video, installation and painting that “remakes” his personal history in specific and the Asian American experience in general into stylized multimedia objects and images he facetiously terms “orientalia”. His work has been exhibited in Chicago at the Chicago Cultural Center, Gallery 400 and Evanston Arts Center as well as New York City, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Cleveland, New Haven and Glasgow, Scotland. In addition to his curatorial project, Molar Productions, Lee collaborates with the painter Jason Dunda to perform as “The International Chefs of Mystery!” in a long-running video series available on Vimeo.