KAYEE C: PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN PHYSICAL CONSTRAINTS AND CREATIVE EXCITEMENT
Art Market|Issue #53 November 2020
Kayee is a fine art photographer born and raised in Hong Kong before relocating to France a decade ago. She uses self-portrait and digital composite techniques to create storytelling images to explore the dynamics of relationships on different levels. Her works can be a humorous, dramatic, or melancholic staging of a variety of human interactions.
Human relationships are her primary source of inspiration. She builds up her inspiration reserve through her daily observations of human interactions and her own emotions. Her favorite subject above all is the paradox between social disconnect and our desire to belong.

She attempts to offer a critical, offbeat, and sometimes poetic look at the way we relate to each other.

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