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Christine Lee

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Re_invitation
Re:flect - Six artists at Gensler  
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Dale Eastman, Jeff Hantman, Philippe Jestin, Christine Lee, Nancy Price Scoular, Tim Wells at Gensler Design May 14th, 2009 - August 14th, 2009
Posted 5/18/09
(Author's note: the following is excerpted from a longer post on my blog, Arteaser) On Thursday, Anthony and I made our way to the SF offices of architecture and design firm, Gensler, for the opening of their latest staff-curated exhibit. The "Re:" show will be up through August 14 and focuses on works that use common or discarded materials: I found one of Dale Eastman's "One Moment at a Time" pieces in a conference room (above). Her "Re:" word was "Re:member," reflecting how her work is a recording of... [more]
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They Don't Do Red Wine. It Stains.   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Dale Eastman, Jeff Hantman, Philippe Jestin, Christine Lee, Nancy Price Scoular, Tim Wells at Gensler Design May 14th, 2009 - August 14th, 2009
Posted 5/16/09
Now exhibiting in a treasure hunt hosted by the offices of Gensler Design, are excellent examples of how rEusing materials, and rEinventing ideas can build the most beautiful design you have ever seen. In a group show starring six creative, crafty folks, the take-your-breath-away pieces are brought to you by Dale Eastman, Christine Lee and Tim Wells. Each of these artists are rEvealing assumptions, rEmembering what sparks creativity and rEsuming to pick up what our society has dumped off and dis... [more]
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This House Smells of Sod   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Christine Lee at Invisible Venue April 19th, 2009 - May 31st, 2009
Posted 4/25/09
        The smell of sod infiltrates the interior air of such a non-descript building, adjacent one half of my love affair with public transportation, BART. The smell of piss in this San Francisco summer's heat infiltrates the exterior. Preferring both the smell of sod and a cool retreat from the heat, I take in the current installation of Christian Frock's Invisible Venue. Invisible in that her artists will present their voice in her home and, hopefully, in the surrounding Oakland for a sor... [more]
Jan. 2009:  At Ben & Nicks in Oakland’s Rockridge, our heroic interviewer fiddles with the recording device attached to his iPod and casually tries to assuage the trepidations of a cooperative Christine Lee. Andy Ritchie: So, actually, all the questions I drew up are somewhat inspired by your idea of the shim, your use of the shim—the idea of a short side, a long side, and a long side with an angle. So I’m going to ask you some short questions, some long questions, and some long questions wi... [more]