Nothing can quite pull attention like the appearance of a well-pronounced tattoo, and nothing is quite as sexy -- unless he has a man bun and a beard, in which case you better put a ring on it, girl.Forget what you were told, the guy with tattoos makes an awesome, passionate boyfriend.While our mothers would shake their heads at any inked-up boyfriend we brought home, we just can't get enough of them.There's something dark, mysterious and sexy about a guy who dabbles in body art.She was also included in the Crystal Bridges Museum of Art’s contemporary-art roundup, “State of the Art.” Like Siren, some of Lee’s previous works have also called on mythical references, like the 2012 operatic performance .Previous works also employed digital means to allow interaction between viewers and artworks, perhaps foretelling her predisposition to create an application meant to digitally foster connections between people.Tattoos aren't the marks of the vagabond; they're the marks of the expressive. He wants to leave his mark, to make the world more vivacious.
Along the way, she’s shown her work at venues like the Denver Art museum and the Frye Art Museum, Seattle.
In fact, Lee hopes that everything good about the app stems from her artistic training and sensibility.
“As an artist, I hope that comes through over and over again,” Lee told Think Progress.
“This is a site that should be compassionate to people who want to make meaningful connections, and how do you do that?
” It was an art project that spurred Lee to get a smart phone in the first place, which led to her investigation of dating apps, Lee said in the same interview.
(2011) invited viewers to call, text or email a mixed-media sculpture that followed up with a message the next day, asking questions like “Are you thinking of me? ” And the interactive 2009 video installation Siren aims to be better than other digital dating services, and even when talking trash about the competition, Lee resorts to an artist’s vocabulary: “I didn’t believe anybody else’s self-portraits,” she told The Stranger’s Jen Graves.