In the series, Ambiguities explore the ideas of inner emotion. Indeed, instead of a firm testimony, it's a better representation blueprint of my ideology. Appearances shift fragments under environmental and social pressures; it examines through different mirrors that reflect and distort emotional recognition. The picture crystalizes different perspectives. Address the viewers to see within and outside of themselves through the environments, surfaces, and objects that I portray. It presents a way of looking outward toward myself from images and the real world, conscious of reaching the space in depths.
I perceive my body image through many surfaces appearing in the mirror, in mind, and through hallucinations and dreams. As shimmering phenomena become clarified, it examines myself through different mirrors that reflect and distort emotional recognition. The finale of chaos in blurriness and anomaly elements display in the way of creating layers of confusion and paradoxical image. I magnified the details and information to make them more present and make it an alternative to reality.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Harold Lee is a visual artist and photographer based in Taipei and New York City. He was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Studio arts at University of Wisconsin- La Crosse. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Photography at Parsons School of Design. His work involves printmaking, photography, and experimental media. Lee’s work primarily deals with people, perceptions, and inner emotions. His work had been exhibited internationally, Being Bare at Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries, New York; UWL Alumni Invitational at La Crosse, WI; SANKYU BASHI st. International Photo Flag Exhibition at Osaka, Japan; Photovill at Brooklyn, NY; Incheon International Marine Festival of Photography and Video at Incheon, South Korea; Pingyao International Photography Festival at Shanxi, China; and “It’s Sausage To Me” at University Gallery, La Crosse, WI. His work has a nominee by Fine Art Photography Award in category abstract, 2019.