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San Lee

Jersey city, NJ, United States

Designer (Web Design)

Member since October 09, 2008


    Arts & Culture, Environmental Design


    — MOBILE ART, Chanel contemporary art container by Zaha Hadid in Central Park at Rumsey Playfield.

    Mobile art exhibition featuring: Nobuyoshi Araki, Daniel Buren, Blue Noses, Sophie Calle, Lee Bul, Loris Cecchini, Wim Delvoye. Leandro Erlich, Fabrice Hyber, Sylvie Fleury, Y.Z. Kami, Yang Fudong, David Levinthal, Subodh Gupta, Michael Lin, Yoko Ono, Pierre & Gilles, Stephen Shore, Tabaimo, and Soju Tao.

    — I liked “Fifty years after our common era, or handbags (2007, Video installation in a box)” by Blue Noses, “Le Trottoir (2006-07 Video Installation)” by Leandro Erlich

    Collection of artworks was not impressive as I expected, and I was waiting for an hour to get a ticket in freezing weather. My first impression is that they took care of guard’s uniform but not audiences, who have to stand in line for more than hours to get a ticket. Chanel prepared online reservation but it didn’t work for overwhelmed audiences in New York.

    Am I huge complainer? May be, but I think it is important to keep elegant experiences. I mean it’s from Chanel, which is the highest level of brand quality.

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My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design