Mi-Kyoung Lee is associate professor of Crafts and the head of Fibers at the University of the Arts. Lee earned her BFA in Fibers from Dong-A University in Busan, Korea, and her MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from the University of the Arts, as well as MFA in Fibers from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Lee has had eight solo exhibitions and a number of national and international shows, including Reading Public Museum, Cranbrook Museum of Art, New York and Chicago SOFA, Busan Metropolitan Museum in Korea, and most recently Espace des Tisserands, Alsace, France.
Her work has been represented through Snyderman-Works Gallery in Philadelphia since 2004. She received a Junior Minority Faculty Grant Award from Lindback Foundation in 2004 and 2007. Lee was an editor for Art Textile of the World: Korea, Volume I, which was published in December 2005. In the summers of 2005, 2006 and 2008, she collaborated with the International Opera Theater Company to develop costumes and set designs, assisted by University of the Arts interns. These three projects, "The Winter’s Tale, "The Tempest" and "Romeo and Juliet" were performed in Italy.
The repetitive process of mark making has been a great strength in my work. I allow my intellect and body to follow the rhythmic processes of repetition, understanding the relationships between tool and material, the material and process, and image and content.
The consistent process of art making is ritual ceremony. My entire body and soul purely united. The inspiration behind my images unfolds with the mysterious human life.
Class Schedule, Spring 2014
|TH||01:00PM - 05:20PM||Drawing: Material & Space|
|08:30AM - 11:20AM|
01:00PM - 03:50PM
|Fibers/Textile Studies Studio|
|-||Color and the Loom Exploration|
|-||Topics: Color and Loom Expl|