Lee Mok Yee

b. 1988, Malaysia

Using the existing wooden pyramid made for deco wardrobe or interior design. Mok Yee expands his exploration about utilities of object and at the same time, changes the characteristic of the object. In the pyramid series, the shape and arrangement providing different angle of reflections of the mirrors. It somehow creates fragmented images absorbed from the environments. The works is a concrete wooden work but it is also changing based on the environment and the viewers.
In the landscape series, the artist tore apart the wood cord spontaneously and created some unexpected traces. The traces create lines of different thickness and somehow they seem like borders on a map. Mok Yee’s wood cork series attempt to blur the line in between organic and artificial process. The wood cork are wood dusts compressed by machine and this is considered the process of artificial forces on natural materials. However, when the artist tears apart the material spontaneously, it some how represents the effect of organic materials on artificial materials.
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Pyramid No.2

Wooden pyramid & Mirrored Stainless steel, 113 x 72 x 6 cm

Pyramid No. 3

Wooden pyramid & Mirrored Stainless steel, 112 x 112 x 7 cm

Landscape Drawing No. 1

Woodcork on Plywood, 103 x 103 cm

Landscape Drawing No. 2

Woodcork on Plywood, 103 x 103 cm
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