Aimee Lee

Aimee Lee is an interdisciplinary artist who works in performance, book & paper, installation, and text arts. Born in New York, she received her BA in Visual Arts from Oberlin College and her MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago. She has exhibited her books and installations nationally and internationally.

Under the Bionic Hearing Press imprint, her artists’ books reside in numerous collections, including the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Museum of Modern Art Library, Oberlin College Clarence Ward Art Library Special Collections, King St. Stephen Museum in Hungary, and the Jaffe Collection at Florida Atlantic University Libraries.

She has been granted residencies by Art Farm, Jentel, Ox-Bow, Ragdale, Vermont Studio Center, and the Interdisciplinary Residency in Art and Ecology in Guapamacataro, Mexico. Funders include the Puffin Foundation, the New York Foundation for the Arts Special Opportunity Stipend Program, and the Manhattan Graphics Studio.

Knit Sestina 2006 Knitted accordion book of handmade mulberry paper, spun into yarn; red thread, typewritten sestina. 8 panels. 5.5 "x 4.25" x 2" closed, 5.5" x 32" opened.
Knit Sestina
2006
Knitted accordion book of handmade mulberry paper, spun into yarn; red thread, typewritten sestina. 8 panels.
5.5 “x 4.25″ x 2″ closed, 5.5″ x 32” opened.
Aimee  Lee In/Out 2007 Pen on spun handmade abaca paper, base of abaca paper with milkweed inclusions. 6.5" x 13" opened.
In/Out
2007
Pen on spun handmade abaca paper, base of abaca paper with milkweed inclusions.
6.5″ x 13″ opened.

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