“My practice revolves around the fabrication of dysfunctional and disobedient objects that embody a real-yet-simultaneously-imagined fictional paradox." - Marian Lee

Marian seeks to stage locations of oxymoronic tone and intent, of incidents that leave a sense of time and play behind. Fragments of myth, architecture, and the every-day are inherently present in her work and aim to suspend the viewer in claustrophobic distant anemoia. Often inviting audience participation, her work is sculptural when static and performative when active.

Marian Lee is a South-Korean artist and researcher based in London. They graduated from a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2021, where they were awarded the Bulgari Studio Scholarship 2018-2021.
Recent selected exhibitions include: Alternative Degree Show, (Deptford X and Lewisham Arthouse, London, 2021), Repository, (Gallery No. 32, London, 2021), Dispelling the Unseen, (The Function Suite, London, 2021), Murmurations, (Candid Arts Trust, London, 2021), This is Not a Degree Show, (Deptford X, London, 2019), Nine Degrees of Separation, (Deptford Does Art, London, 2019), WIP (Sister Midnight Records, London, 2018), TBA:A Night at the theatre of the mundane, (Kong Gallery, Hong Kong, 2016), Battery-Powered, (Safehouse 1, London, 2015) and Going Going Gone, (Leeds College of Art, Leeds, 2015).