Jiyoun Lee-Lodge


My kaleidoscopic paintings, drawings, printmaking, and installations deal with my identity in flux through memory reconstruction. Influenced by infographics, animations and hieroglyphs, I depict each element as shapes and characters to give an individual identity. Symbolized figures and iconized marks are staged on open and abstract fields to recreate my past. This process allows me to portray a sense of self and time in which I live. 

Memory has lives
Some are extinct
Some are spread
Some are merged
Some have limbs
Faces leave the mouth
Legs are hung
Attraction has a face
Regret has a heart 











Roommates show installation, Paper cut out on wall, Approx. 30 x 12 feet, 2014
Fluid Language -1-Black (edition of 20), Paper cut out, 11” x 15”, 2016
AKID, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36”, 2016
Ra-Di-Da ,Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 16” , 2016
Roommates-P01, Screenprint on paper, 8 x 10”, 2013
M-7502, 3,4,5, Plastic sheet with medium on wood panel ,20 x 16” 2012
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