Karen Lee is a Detroit-based designer working in the traditional materials of glass and wood to create object-oriented design that is simultaneously in a state of being and becoming. Her current body of work engages in objects that redefine their own roles in and relationships to the domestic landscape.

Lee leverages both woodworking and vessel making processes to explore new and unexpected forms of communal systems. Because vessels serve as loaded social and cultural objects that typically act as an intermediary between people and space, what happens when their intended use becomes obscured or reconfigured? What sorts of new communal space or cultural realities are created?

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