"I have been working by scrutinizing or altering the process in which goods are produced and value is added in today's capitalistic world. Take for example my chicken meat baseball project. I purchased chicken from the market and sculpted the meat into baseballs. In this particular work, I did not become a consumer, the last person in the distribution chain, but rather chose to become a final producer. Instead of eating the meat, I made it into a baseball and offered it to the art world as an artwork and object of artistic discourse. [...] Whenever I created works that cause confusion between the real and the image, I always kept in mind the work's historical context." Lee Wan

    "Life is Widely Spreading Blood-red Ripples"
    Kiss Lonely Goodbye
    7x7x7cm, 2008