Sophie Lee is interested in social structures and the roles we assume within them. Through research-led practice she considers and investigates themes of domesticity, education and ritual. Building fractured narratives through the construction of place, character and action, she examines frameworks that have the potential to support or confine the shaping of our identities.
Working predominately with photography, video and installation, Lee explores both physical and emotional space with an interest in the psychological impact of environment. Fascinated by the stories we tell to make sense of the world and the self, she creates reflective spaces where fictions are able to evolve, focussing on the passing of time and promise of discovery.