Camille Lee is a South Korean feminist artist who works in a variety of media to critique and disrupt social injustice and patriarchy. Through sculpture, installation, video and other media, Lee examines intersectionality, feminism, and immigrant identities, among others. She has exhibited in the United States and South Korea, at spaces including the New York Immigration Coalition, the Pfizer Building, R&D Studio and more in the New York City area. She recently completed her MFA in Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York, and holds a BA in Mass Communication and Korean Literature from Sogang University in Seoul. She lives and works in New York City.

Visit her website at www.camille.today