FROM KOLAJ #20
ChangGang Lee’s Artist Portfolio
Kolaj #20 cover artist ChangGang Lee employs distortion, glitch, and melding to make analogue collage that uses vintage media to tell timeless stories in a contemporary manner. Lee’s obfuscation of faces and bodies opens scenes to interpretation and allows the viewer to complete the narrative.
Oblivion is a poetic work in which a female figure passes through layers of paper fragments and into a green, natural world. A figure’s occupation between planes of existence reoccurs in Idol, where the female figure is twisted and contorted between fragments.
This artist portfolio appears in KOLAJ #20. To see the entire portfolio, SUBSCRIBE to Kolaj Magazine or Get a Copy of the Issue.
ChangGang Lee is a Tokyo-based collage artist. Since 2016, Lee has participated in solo and group shows in Tokyo and in the International Weird Show in Barcelona. His work has appeared in Mékanik copulaire #9 and Wooly Magazine #24, among others. See more of his work at www.changganglee.com.
Images by ChangGang Lee (top to bottom):
Home Coming (8.5″x6″; collage on paper; 2014)
Oblivion (8.5″x6″; collage on paper; 2014)
Moonchild (8.5″x6″; collage on paper; 2014)