Korean artist Nikki S. Lee is internationally known for photographic self-portraits investigating personal and social identity. She has posed among various subcultures, assuming the appearance of punk rockers, yuppies, exotic dancers, lesbians, and skateboarders. Her latest undertaking is a feature-length documentary film about the artist Nikki S. Lee that blurs the lines between the staged and the spontaneous.
Co-sponsored by the Korean Studies Program and the Institute for Research on Women & Gender.
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