Jennifer Tee works across sculpture, installation, performance and collage in an ongoing negotiation between esoteric ideas and the materiality of objects. Often working with charged cultural artefacts and symbols, Tee pairs diverse points of inspiration to instigate dialogues between Eastern philosophies and Western culture.
Jennifer Tee (b.1973, Arnhem) lives and works in Amsterdam. Tee has exhibited widely, with solo exhibitions at Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2016); Cobra Museum, Amstelveen, The Netherlands (2015); Kunstverein, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2014) Signal at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark (2014), Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam (2013) Project Arts Centre, Dublin (2013); Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2010), SAFN Contemporary Art, Reykjavik (2007); Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2003). Recent group exhibitions include Six Possibilities for a Sculpture, La Loge, Brussels (2013); Beyond Imagination, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (2012); Secret Societies, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (2011); Nether Land, Dutch Culture Center, Shanghai World Expo (2010), Double Dutch, Hudson Valley for Contemporary Art, New York (2009) and the Prague Triennale (2008). In 2004 she represented the Netherlands at the Sao Paulo Biennial.
Supported by Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Mondriaan Fonds
Let It Come Down is a collaboration with Bonner Kunstverein, where the exhibition will be expanded for presentation in December 2017
Coinciding with her exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, Tee will present Structures of recollection and perseverance at Kunstraum, London, 1 July – 9 September 2017