Equinox Gallery is pleased to feature Lost and Found, Khan Lee’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Khan Lee’s conceptual practice involves experimentation with forms and processes in order to explore the inherent relationships between material and immaterial content.
For this exhibition, Lee presents a body of works in disparate media, encouraging viewers to contemplate how materials and devices can be experienced in profoundly diverse ways. In the exhibition, a Super8 film measures both time and distance; a dizzying display of finely painted realist watercolours of Zoom backgrounds comments on how individuals choose to represent themselves through their belongings; and common objects, such as men’s shirts and paper cups, offer a poetic musing on how everyday phenomena can easily be overlooked. In recontextualizing quotidian objects and moments, Lost and Found rekindles the surprising and often intangible dynamics of everyday life.
For a list of available works, please contact the gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org or (604) 736-2405.