The Book

Working around a narrative for the first time, Lee invites viewers to meander through a fantastical yet familiar world of birds and nature – universal metaphors for freedom. Although she has adopted figuration in her material-oriented practice, this body of work, according to curator June Yap, considers "not only the surface that is familiar of printmaking, but also the corners, how different edges come together and even the paper itself, basically that which constitutes the materiality of print and paper-making.

The Author

Known for her visually stunning tactile works that challenge the notion of a painting, Singaporean artist Jane Lee often pushes the limits of materials and techniques used, examining painting's processes, significance and relevance in contemporary art practice. At STPI however, Lee moves away from abstraction and formal explorations to discover print and paper, combining unconventional materials to produce dynamic installations that fully immerse the viewer in a sensorial experience.

FormatSoftcover, 133 pages, English Book
Publication Date2016
PublisherSTPI – Singapore Tyler Print Institute
Publication CitySingapore
Edition Size
Dimension260 x 210mm


PrinterAllegro Print

260 x 210mm1S$ 52.40
2S$ 104.80
4S$ 209.60

Crafting your tool

Total : S$ 52.40
Estimated Total : S$ 52.40