• Jennifer Tee


    Straddling the boundaries between sculpture, set design, and street furniture, a series of large multicolored objects, made from familiar materials such as metal, painted ceramic, and wood, cluttered the gallery. The overall effect was precarious, as if these were a child’s toys, only enlarged; paradoxically, this same displacement of scale was what seemed to call for a mature, practiced eye to plumb the reasons behind the choices of materials and the precariousness of construction of this fragile and colorful world. One felt that Jennifer Tee, the thirty-three-year-old Dutch artist behind this

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