To investigate the oneness between life and death, Yejin Lee travels to San Jose to learn about the Mexican tradition of Día de Los Muertos.
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Instead of denying the transience of life, MFA Candidate Yejin Lee asks people to accept death with less rigidity and invite it into our living space.
To develop my meditative art practice, I wanted to have a clearer understanding of meditation, and why people need to practice meditation in an urban environment.
Tsohil Bhatia and Yejin S. Lee, both second-year MFA candidates, together respond to the changes in their environment through the passage of a day.
“Something Nothing” is a presentation of papers by first year MFA candidates.
As a Korean-American straddling two consumerist cultures, MFA Candidate Yejin Lee’s work offers an alternative to the excessive stimulations in our daily life by advertisements, social media, and news in a mass-consumer culture.
Lee’s work, “Natural Rhythm,” consists of twenty eight books composed from the ephemeral and transformative colors of the sky.
The exhibition is co-curated by alumnus Paola Cabal (BFA ‘98) and Kathryn Schaffer and also includes the work of alumnus Seldon Yuan (BHA ‘98).
Yejlin Lee’s work fuses Eastern traditional philosophy with Western contemporary scientific consciousness, exploring Oneness between all aspects of nature. In her repetitive discipline as meditative practice, she uses digital media and performance to connect metaphysical ideas with physical phenomena.