Artists Talk: Celine Lee on territory, craft, and experimentation

In Celine Lee’s solo exhibition, A Surface, aluminum, the most abundant metallic element in the Earth’s crust, was used as a malleable sheet of metal. With a topographic wireframe image of the Philippines on hand, the aluminum sheet is then etched to print the image onto abaca paper, beaten to make a carbon copy on rice paper, and cast using the combination of both papers. Below, I talk to Celine about territory, craft, and experimentation. Can you tell us about … Continue reading Artists Talk: Celine Lee on territory, craft, and experimentation