Jason Lee is an artist who works with several media which includes photography, installation, and performance. His current works deals with wide issues that revolve around the urban environment and contemporary society that inspires him. His artistic interest lies in the areas of urbanization, abandoned traditions, and sub-cultural lifestyle. He has participated in group exhibitions, curatorial projects and collaborations with varying roles as artist, organizer, photographer, web publisher and designer. He is based in Singapore and is a present member of The Artists Village. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Fine Art from the University of Huddersfield, UK.
"My work responds to scenes and changes that exist in my immediate urban environment. It stems from an interest in understanding the relationships between land, architectures, objects and people. I am intrigued as well by how the state of things influence our ways of living and thinking and vice versa. My process involves observing situations, gaining access to subjects and revealing insignificant or unfamiliar territories. The objective is to create artworks that convey ideas through symbolic visuals while leaving room for viewers to formulate their own opinions."