• Michael Lee, Machine for Living Dying In, 2014, neon, 45 x 200cm
  • Michael Lee, Diagonals, 2014, emulsion on wall, polyurethane on PVC, enamel on galvanized iron, 294 x 650cm
  • Michael Lee, Gone Solo, 2013, 14'00, single channel video, black / white, no sound
  • Michael Lee, Gone Solo (video still), 2013, 14'00, single channel video, black / white, no sound
  • Michael Lee, Script for Unperformed Performance No. 1, 2014, found hammock and vinyl text, dimensions variable
  • Michael Lee, Slab, 2014, wood stain on modified rack, 212 x 460 x 60cm
  • Michael Lee, Hazard No. 2, 2014, 3D paper collage, 28 x 24 x 11cm
  • Michael Lee, Hazard No. 4, 2014, paper collage, 41 x 38cm
  • Michael Lee, Hazard No. 5, 2014, paper collage, 43 x 38cm
  • Michael Lee, Hazard No. 6, 2014, paper collage, 37 x 40.5cm
  • Michael Lee, Hazard No. 7, 2014, paper collage, 34 x 41cm

Michael Lee

Michael Lee (b. 1972) is an artist, curator and publisher based in Berlin and Singapore. He researches urban memory and fiction, especially the contexts and implications of loss. He transforms his observations into objects, diagrams, situations, curations or texts.

He has staged solo exhibitions in Germany, Hong Kong and Singapore, and has participated in various biennales and other international platforms, including the Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale (2014); Kuandu Biennale (Taipei, 2012); Singapore Biennale (2011); and Guangzhou Triennial (2011, 2008). His accolades include the APBF Signature Art Prize 2011 (People’s Choice Award), conferred by the Singapore Art Museum, and the Young Artist Award (Visual Arts) 2005, conferred by the National Arts Council, Singapore. He received his Master and Bachelor of Communication Studies from Nanyang Technological University in 2001 and 1997 respectively.