Forms of Perspective brings together traditional and conceptual landscape painting to examine the relationship and contrast which exists between the two different representational approaches. This exhibition investigates and attempts to visualize how personal interpretation causes variations in how a work is experienced by different members of the viewing public. Forms of Perspective is an experimental pushing of Hye Won Lee's practice beyond the more traditional art production method of representation through paint on canvas.
It marks a stepping-off point for Lee in her investigation of the sublime hidden in ordinary suburban, Australian landscapes. The exhibition holds a double purpose. Firstly, to give visual representation (through an interactive element) to the investigation into the impact of personal interpretation on the diversification of experience in relation to a work of art. Then secondly, to gauge what kind of dialogue, both public and between works, arises out of the pairing of the two conventionally contrasting methods of representation presented.