Auckland artist Jae Hoon Lee creates composite images: stitched-together landscapes, strangely flayed portraits and kaleidoscopic nature studies. His digital prints are seamless, but oddly disjointed. Lee is an analytical cubist with Photoshop skills.
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As well as furnishing us with family portraits and a billion framed sunsets, the camera has offered new horizons and new tyrannies. Our bodies and imaginations are squeezed through the shutter, dreaming in Technicolor and diarising in wobbly Handy-cam.
Fleury ambiguously appropriates the stuff of the fashionable lifestyle – paintings, carpets, shoes, hemlines; incorporating her passion for muscle cars and the space programme in installation, sound work, and video.