SANDRA EULA LEE
"Working primarily with found materials that are normally discarded from my own routines and materials pulled from my immediate surroundings, I reconstruct them in order to pose questions about how we attempt to find and construct identity amongst the detritus. I'm interested in the office ideals of efficiency, resourcefulness, and production, characteristics that we often take into our everyday lives in conflicted ways. Using bills and mailings, paperwork, bags, and containers, I reorganize and present these familiar byproducts as models, stand-ins that reflect the intricate nature of our life constructions and the attempts we make towards an order that often goes awry."
- Sandra Eula Lee
Sandra Eula Lee lives/works in New York and was born in the suburbs of New Jersey. Her work has been exhibited at venues including the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY, Smack Mellon, Kim Foster Gallery, both in New York, NY, and Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ. She is currently completing her MFA at Hunter College and received her BFA from Cornell University.