Artwork by Kay Lee - THE HARVARD URBAN REVIEW
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Artwork by Kay Lee

Artwork

BY KAY LEE

June 15, 2021

cuckooland (small), acrylic on canvas, 36×48

wissahickon, 2020, gouache on paper, 11_x14_

wetland, graphite on panel, 20_x16_ (1)

Kay Lee is a second-year MFA student at the University of Pennsylvania. Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, Kay explores her identity, discomforts, and traumas as a young, non-binary Asian in this bizarre land called the United States of America, and its even stranger colony, the Republic of Korea. Kay makes paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, and VR art. She loves baking but only when she is not depressed and is fond of anything that contains an ungodly amount of garlic.