Lee is a transmedia artist and an educator. Her artworks focus on the interreflection between conscious, environment and memory, and they are often presented through the juxtaposition of sounds, on-site installation, performance or painting. The artist observes the causation of the absence of individual or collective memories in everyday life, and she creates her art with sounds as the main medium. She reveals various relations between human and the environment through hearing and investigates the instigating, interfering or restraining power behind it. To her, sounds are also the language of information, expressing our awareness through vibrations. They represent the relationship between the subject making the sounds as well as their surroundings and existence.
In recent years, Lee has won the support and award for international projects, such as Bamboo Curtain Studio “2017 International Residency Exchange Program” to visit South Korea, “2019 Arts and Cultural Exchange Grant” to visit San Jose CA, U.S.A. In 2020, she is supported by National Human Rights Museum to do the stories creation about human rights history in Xinying Tainan. Lee is also the founder of “Incorrect Lab.” She is currently living and working in Tainan, Taiwan.