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28 Friday / January 28, 2022

Ahree Lee: Work in Process opens at the Grunwald Gallery January 28, 2022

12:00 pm to 04:00 pm on Mar 8
Grunwald Gallery of Art, 1201 E 7th St, Bloomington, IN Room 110

The Grunwald Gallery of Art is pleased to present Ahree Lee: Work in Process, an exhibit of digital media and textiles by Korean American artist Ahree Lee. The exhibit, organized by the Grunwald Gallery will open on January 28 and continue through March 8, 2022. The artist will be present the week of February 4 and will be engaged in gallery talks, student critiques and will present a public and zoom lecture on Friday, February 4.
Ahree Lee is a multi-disciplinary artist working in video, new media, and textiles. She states “My most recent project investigates how invisible labor, specifically work that has traditionally been done by women, is essential to the life of economic systems. By re-establishing the links between weaving, craft and computer technology, I hope to transform the narrative concerning women’s position within the power systems of society.” The exhibit will contain several digital media pieces and handmade textiles.


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