The Soul in Limbo / Jennifer Tee
Artist and choreographer Jennifer Tee investigates the mutability and complexity of constantly overlapping cultures and identities through works that blur the line between static physical forms and potential carriers of anticipated action, ritual, and animation. As the winner of the 6th Cobra Art Prize Amstelveen, Tee was awarded an exhibition and this publication, which richly illustrates through installation and performance Tee's expressive dialogue between material experimentation and philosophical contemplation, which mingles art history, Western culture, and Eastern philosophy.
Designed by Richard Niessen (Niessen & de Vries) with Margot Fabre
Published by Roma Publications, 2015
200 pages, 8.3 x 11.1 inches