Maia Ruth Lee LABYRINTH Print
Maia Ruth Lee's steel glyphs explore a new lexicon built with appropriated scrap metal motifs. Using salvaged steel elements that usually embellish and strengthen New York's fences and window-bars, Lee explores ideas of boundary, security, and translation, so that LABYRINTH functions as a sculptural glossary of decorative armor. Lee intends for these steel glyphs in LABYRINTH to slow our attention. She believes that a labyrinth offers a single route and a meditative experience.
Maia Ruth Lee's works Bondage Baggage Prototype 4 and LABYRINTH were featured in the 2019 Whitney Biennial.
|Light grey cardstock Paper. 18" x 24". Printed by Kayrock Screen Printing.|