Description

It would be challenging to contest the influence of spiritualism on Jennifer Tee’s creations. The ceramics Tao Magic address the notion of spiritual balance implied by the cosmological philosophy (Tao meaning “the way”). This pursuit of the Middle Way is found in most of Tee’s artworks: an invisible line between two worlds. The artist has deep knowledge about iconic figures of occultism who were masters of cultural appropriation. But while these mentors, soon followed by our contemporary society, are encouraging individualism, Tee’s multicultural origins brought her to conceive art as a space without borders, where concept help the emergence of a superior realm through collective language.

Jennifer Tee

Abstraction of a Form, Shape and Presence no.5 (Dark Rose)

  • Medium
    Sculpture
  • Year
    2017
  • Size

    4.7 × 11.8 × 8.3 in

    12 × 30 × 21 cm

  • Material
    Glazed ceramics, Dark Rose
  • Price
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  • Edition
    This is a unique work
  • Certificate of Authenticity
    Includes certificate of authenticity.
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Description

It would be challenging to contest the influence of spiritualism on Jennifer Tee’s creations. The ceramics Tao Magic address the notion of spiritual balance implied by the cosmological philosophy (Tao meaning “the way”). This pursuit of the Middle Way is found in most of Tee’s artworks: an invisible line between two worlds. The artist has deep knowledge about iconic figures of occultism who were masters of cultural appropriation. But while these mentors, soon followed by our contemporary society, are encouraging individualism, Tee’s multicultural origins brought her to conceive art as a space without borders, where concept help the emergence of a superior realm through collective language.

Jennifer Tee

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