BiographyInmi Lee is an artist, researcher and educator interested in cultural analysis. Through sculptures, videos, installation, interactive art, and performance art, her work provokes awareness of capacity and limits of culture and forces the viewer to question how and why we assign value and meaning to culture.
Lee’s current work focuses on sound and its relationship to language. She seeks to explore the experience of language beyond verbal communication. Ultimately, she strives to strip away the power of language and explore the roots and meaning of sound.
Her work was included in the Boston Cyberarts Festival, Digltal Art Biennale in Seoul, Korea, International Performance Art Festival in Beijing, and in Madrid Abierto, Spain. She also has presented her work in New York and Italy.
Lee received a BFA in Visual Communication from School of the Art
Institute of Chicago and a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in
Digital Media. Lee is currently Associate Professor of Digital Media
at Kutztown University where she has been building the digital media
program. She teaches digital studio art courses such as introduction to digital media, digital sculpture, multimedia installation and narrative storytelling through
video and animation.