Kerry Ann Lee
Kerry Ann Lee is an artist from Wellington, New Zealand. Lee's art and design practice is rooted in her experience of being a New Zealander of Chinese descent, and frequently explores these cultural intersections. This includes topics such as Chinese settlement in the 19th century, particularly the establishment of Chinatowns and Cantonese urban diaspora communities in New Zealand.
Lee is also known for her independent publishing work, especially zines. Her practice frequently employs collage. Lee has undertaken international residencies in China, Taiwan, US, Mexico and Australia and exhibits regularly in New Zealand.
INVISIBLE, Massey University, Wellington; BWA Gallery of Contemporary Art Wroclaw, Poland; Cranbrook Academy of Art, Detroit, USA.
Imaginary Geographies, Courtenay Place Lightboxes ,Wellington
Same Same But Different Kitchen (solo) New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Wellington
Ordinary Things Will Be Signs for Us (solo), Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, Wellington
Perpetual Spring (solo), Van Rensburg Galleries, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong
At the bottom of every wishing well is a mama asking if you've eaten yet, Silo 6, Auckland
Fruits in the Backwater, Pātaka Art + Museum, Wellington
(Un)conditional I, The Physics Room, Christchurch
Return to Skyland (solo), Te Papa, Wellington
In Praise of Weird Wonders, Bartley + Company Art, Wellington
Foreign Correspondence, Whitespace Contemporary, Auckland
Hyperspace, Bartley+Company Art, Wellington
Zineshow, Tymutopiyapres, Kiev, Ukraine
Zines from New Zealand, Frankfurt Bookfair, Germany
Global Positioning System: So You Say You Want a Revolution, Westside Gallery, School of Visual Arts, New York, USA
Raised Voices, Calder & Lawson Gallery, University of Waikato, Hamilton
Parallel City Picture Show, The Ruin Academy, Taipei