Kerry Ann Lee

Kerry Ann Lee is a visual artist, designer and Senior Lecturer in Design at Massey University, in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand. Lee creates installation, print and image-based work. She is also known for her independent publishing and involvement with diverse communities through art commissions, exhibitions, workshops and public programmes. Lee has undertaken international residencies in China, Taiwan, US, Mexico and Australia and exhibits regularly in New Zealand. Her current solo exhibition, Fruits in the Backwater at Pātaka Art + Museum celebrates Aotearoa New Zealand as a remote archipelago on the verge of on rupture as Lee takes stock of the cultural nuances that make us who we are. 

Learn more about Kerry Ann Lee’s creative practice here.



Welcome & Closing Remarks

AAAH2018 Symposium @ Te Papa

9.00am - 6pm, Saturday 22 September 

Soundings Theatre, Te Papa

New Topologies

AAAH2018 Symposium @ Te Papa Tongarewa

Conversation with Simon KaanYona LeeJon He & Kerry Ann Lee

3.45 - 4.45 pm, Saturday 22 September

Soundings Theatre, Te Papa

Conversation with Vera Mey, Yuk King Tan & Kerry Ann Lee

5:30pm-6:30pm, Thursday 20 September

10A02 Theatrette, Massey University, Museum Building 10, Buckle Street