Esmond Lee 李春錦 is an artist, photographer, and practising architect currently living and working in the suburbs of Toronto. As a second-generation Chinese Canadian, Lee explores long-term and intergenerational experiences of migration in peripheral spaces. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto and draws from his background in architecture to examine identity, belonging, and nuanced cultural changes in the natural and built environment. He is proud to create socially engaged and hyperlocal work that strengthens his community. He recently participated in Ontario Heritage Trust’s Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence program and created a 250-foot vinyl mesh installation for Nuit Blanche Toronto Scarborough. Lee is supported by the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and Canada Council for the Arts and is recognized by the Ontario Association of Architects.
Below the City – Nuit Blanche, CBC Metro Morning, Oct. 4, 2019
Akimbo Hit List
Scarborough Arts Sign at Fool’s Paradise
Doors Open Ontario Community Workshop
Ontario Heritage Trust – 2019 Artists in Residence
Yonder at Koffler Gallery – Art Toronto
Migration and Memories: The Nature of Things by Letticia Cosbert
Proof 22 at Gallery 44 – ARTORONTO.ca
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