Complex Interiors, Trance-lucent Concrete

2009
Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, NL

This solo-exhibition presents allusions to inner structures and spaces, ostensibly visible but never directly tangible. Tee invites us to transcend the limits of time and space, to enter into a more introspective world. Several sculptures are dispersed around the space. A structure in the shape of a pentangle is composed of wooden beams, ingeniously held together with ropes. Hanging prominently in the centre of the gallery are two formations of porcelain plumes entitled Falling Feathers, this work might be a symbolic artifact that takes on meaning in a rite or ceremony, defying gravity. With their purity of lines and shapes and their austere palette, the works in this exhibition exude a powerful air of restraint.