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In Lee’s series (2002-2004), she posed with different men, but cropped them out of the pictures so that only a hand or a sliver of a shirt, as well as her casually intimate poses, characterized the men as lovers.
In each of these images, Lee looks different, as if changing according to the persona of her barely-represented, temporary boyfriend. In their most iconic works, both artists depict themselves in various guises, never actually revealing themselves.
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Her self-transformations began early, when she changed her name from Lee Seung Hee upon arriving in the U. As perhaps only an outsider from a far more homogenous society could, she began noticing the different melting pot-resistant groups that make up contemporary, mostly urban, American culture, honing in on the details of group identity.
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She exhibits the resulting photographs with the various series mixed together so that the only constant is Lee’s chameleon-like presence—an oddly familiar but constantly changing Asian face that seems to be everywhere at once.