Lee Wells

Member Since July 31, 2002

Website: www.leewells.org

Lee Wells is an artist, exhibition organizer and consultant currently living and working New York. His artwork primarily questions systems of power and control and has been exhibited internationally including the 51 st La Biennale Di Venezia, Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinatti and the Museo d'arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto. He is a co-founder and director of IFAC-arts, http://www.ifac-arts.org, an alternative exhibition and installation program for artists and curators.
His artwork, projects and exhibitions have been written about by various national and international art and news publications to include: The New York Times, Art Newspaper, The Washington Post, Art in America, and Art Net.

Wells is currently a curator at large and Cinema-Scope director for Scope Art Fairs http://www.scope-art.com. In January 2006, he co-founded the video art community research portal and traveling installation [PAM] http://PerpetualArtMachine.com, with the artists Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski and Aaron Miller.
Wells has been participating on the Rhizome since 1998.
Did you know that BP is one of the Tate's biggest supporters.

Dec. 9 2009 13:38 on Report From Cyberfest 2009

Perpetual Art Machine will be partnering with Media Art Lab in the coming months.
PAM 2.0 is in the works, so stay tuned.
Jan. 28 2009 12:30 on Rose Art Museum Closes

Subject: Artists Against Brandeis Art Liquidation

Protest the selling of art by Brandeis. What makes a University if there is no culture? Make a difference and help keep the collection ...
Hi Lauren:

Unfortunately I couldn't make it to the panel.
Does Rhizome plan to post the video doc of the Net Aesthetics 2.0 panel on the internet?

Cheers,
Lee