Working with materials collected from her neighborhood and surroundings, Sandra Eula Lee creates installations incorporating elements of sculpture, photography, and drawing. Recent work investigates the links between historic landscape and the activity of garden making, and the significance of creating place within changing environments.
A Korean-American artist, Lee is a recipient of fellowships from the Asian Cultural Council, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NY. Her work has been written about in The New York Times, ArtNet Magazine, Boston Globe, Harper’s Bazaar Seoul, World Journal, and has been a Time Out New York critic’s pick. Recent exhibitions include a 10-year survey at The Hilliard University Art Museum, Lafayette; Xiangsi Art Museum in Tianjin, China, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and Art Space Pool in Seoul, South Korea. Lee is currently Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Kenyon College where she runs the program in Expanded Sculpture.