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Kerry Ann Lee

Kerry Ann Lee is a visual artist from Wellington, New Zealand. Her art explores cultural intersections occurring in the space between private moments and public locations. With a background in graphic arts, she creates work that is both expressive and socially engaged by playfully investigating issues of identity and hybrid cultural formations through hand-made processes.

'Bus ride to Qi Bao' (2009) was created by Kerry Ann Lee whilst artist-in-residence at island6 Arts Centre in Shanghai. The work was first exhibited as part of the exhibitionDa Shi Jie / The Great World: Shanghai Works 2009/10 at Toi Poneke Gallery, Wellington, 28 April - 20 May 2011.

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