Lee Chang Ming is an artist working across photography, publishing, video, writing and printmaking. His practice contemplates the subjective act of looking and the photographic medium as a process, exploring ideas of optics and haptics. His current research focuses on queer ecology and disorientation.
He is interested in many things, but here are some themes he has worked on: growing up queer in Singapore / religion and the state / historical erasure of minorities / nature as hyperreal / failed coastal infrastructure. His other projects lean more toward a nondiscursive, poetic and experimental direction, exploring ideas such as: tenderness and touch / the restlessness of youth / materiality and mortality / learning to let go.