Philip Jonlin Lee

2004, 05:00 minutes, Colour, English


The artist’s journeys between three countries are identified by flight itineraries, airport codes, waterways and recollections. The recollections, formed from a series of vignettes of experiences traveling from childhood to present, are retold in a matter-of-fact manner as his imagination is morphed back and forth between animated caricatures of specific incidents and an interrogated retelling.

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Philip Jonlin Lee
by Betty Ann Jordan. Toronto Life, Oct. 2005, v. 39, no. 10.