Lee's loss of control over the pieces begins during the painting process, which takes place back at his university workshops where the biggest kiln in South Korea happens to be located. Much like working with ceramics, he can see where he's applied paint, but he can't necessarily maintain an even thickness, which makes for unexpected effects after the piece is fired.
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Lee's loss of control over the pieces begins during the painting process, which takes place back at his university workshops where the biggest kiln in South Korea happens to be located. Much like working with ceramics, he can see where he's applied paint, but he can't necessarily maintain an even thickness, which makes for unexpected effects after the piece is fired.