Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee


About

Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee is a photographer based between London and Singapore. Her images, romantic yet meditative, navigate the nuances of the postcolonial figure and landscape, in reference to the contemporary now and the historical past. Themes of identity, memory, and femininity weave in and out of her visual storytelling—working in tandem with tools of subversion and mimicry. She is interested in displacing the image of the Other, particularly that of women from East and Southeast Asia. 

Founder, editor, and contributor to her most recent project, XING, is a collaborative photo book that sheds light on the trailblazing lives of East Asian women. XING champions the vagabonds, challenges hegemony, and celebrates a oneness through image and prose. The inaugural volume of XING (2017) explores the current landscape of women in China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. 


Education

2017—Current   MA Photography at London College of Communication

2014—2017       1st Class Hons BA Creative Direction at London College of  Fashion 


Work

2018 —

Enterprise House / ; Group Show / These hands shall carry you home installation

Hackney Showroom / Ladybeard Presents: The Beauty Issue / Panel discussion On Beauty

Guest Projects / Ladybeard Presents: Hysteria / Ultraviole(t)nce moving image installation, a XING takeover 

DIY Space For London / AWOMENfest / Prints display


2017 —               

V&A Museum / Friday Late Sino Flux / Jin site specific installation 

Hoxton Arches / Am I Making Sense Group Show / My voice will not be silent nor will it just be heard–it will be seen, lived and experienced site specific installation 

21Moonstone / XING Singapore Book Launch / Prints & moving image installation

Enterprise House / XING London Book Launch / Prints & moving image installation

Old Spitalfields Market / LCFBA17 External Show / XING Book Display

LCF Lime Grove / LCFBA17 Internal Show / XING Book Display

Tate Modern / Offprint London 2017 / XING Book Display represented by STAPLE Magazine

Rich Mix / DIY Cultures 2017 / XING Book Display represented by STAPLE Magazine


Selected Press

Dazed, iGNANT, It's Nice That, i-D, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Riposte, Slate France, Crack, ELLE Singapore, Female Singapore









Using Format