Jae Hoon Lee is represented in Present Tense: An imagined grammar of portraiture in the digital age at the National Portrait Gallerty, Canberra. Curated by Michael Desmond, the exhibition considers the alliance between portraiture and technology showing how different ways of imagining in this contemporary digital world reflect the way the individual is perceived and the various mechanisms of imaging that are used to manipulate perception. This link takes you to the exhibition page on the National Portrait Gallery's website and you can read Michael Desmond's catalogue essay here. The exhibition runs to 22 August 2010.
Image: Jae Hoon Lee, Tattoo (2002), single channel colour video