Selina Lee is an Atlanta-based artist examining the forensic of mass media. Her southern upbringing and Chinese heritage drive her desire to audit Western communications, which include the news, documentary, social media, and critique. Her work questions systems of prejudice and equity, the tradeoff of liberty for stability, and the cost of the American dream.
Selina is recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s BFA program, where she concentrated in Contextual Practice and Media Design. She competed on the Tartans’ NCAA Cross Country and Track & Field teams, which significantly influenced her perspectives on collectivism, political ideology, and beliefs without basis. Her work has exhibited at the Frame Gallery, Brew House Association, Brady’s Bend, and Museum Lab in Pittsburgh, PA. She has shown virtually at the Miller ICA in Pittsburgh, PA, and internationally in Doha’s Education City and Shanghai’s Futurelab.