Jee Young Lee is a South Korean artist whose elaborate self-portraits look like fantastical paintings upon first impression. In her tiny 3x6m studio in Seoul, she creates everything from scratch, taking weeks, and sometimes months to form incredible sets which she then photographs with herself embedded within. The end result, which often looks like Photoshopped wizardry, is actually completely analog and handmade. We talked to Jee Young Lee to learn more about her work and the ideas behind it.


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