Science, design and art collide.
Caelin Lee is an interdisciplinary biofabrication artist originally from Austin, Texas, now living in the Pacific Northwest.
"Biofabrication utilizes living cells to generate new forms, textures and materials.
Incorporating movement and multilayered forms, I utilize rhizomatic textiles, bioplastics and bioleather to create my art. Centering on multiplicity and transformation, my work utilizes these mediums to reference the body- communicating the fluidity of identity, social constructs, trauma and healing.
There is an alchemy to my practice in which research and careful documentation coincide with experimentation and the unknown. In the presentation of my work, relative space is a key tool in the perception of the art object."