Kwangho Lee

Kwangho Lee: Cutting Lines

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of creativity with the remarkable works of South Korean designer Kwangho Lee. This stunning exhibition showcases Lee's approach to exploring the potential of different materials and their properties through the medium of 3D printing. With his visionary designs and intricate creations, Lee pushes the boundaries of traditional craftsmanship and transforms everyday objects into mesmerizing pieces of art.

Kwangho Lee is well known for his iconic woven stools made from electrical cables and his works are presented in renowned museum collections across the world, including the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and M+ Museum in Hong Kong.

Exhibition Friday 15 September – Friday 10 November, check website for special event details.
Artist Talk Friday 15 September 2.30pm - 4.00pm. Kwangho Lee in conversation with Dr. Zoe Veness. Book here.
Special Talk Friday 29 September 2.00pm-3.00pm UNSW Galleries. From Curation to Presentation: Korean Crafts. Guest talk by Hyeyoung Cho
Book here
Craft Up Late Tuesday 10 October 6.00pm-8.00pm


Change maker, Free event, Sustainable, Technology, 3D design printing

Kwangho Lee, Cutting Lines exhibition, 2023. Photo: courtesy the artist