Born in 1997, Sherman Lee graduated from the University of Brighton with a Fine Art Sculpture degree in 2019. Currently living in London and Hong Kong. 

Sherman's work often emphasizes the poetic yet gloomy atmosphere, the lack of colours in her practice indicates the perceived darkness of space and our inability to see the colours emitted by the universe. She also builds a concealed directional relationship between architecture through the misplacement and juxtaposition of space, void, and solid, thereby creating a space for the viewers to imagine beyond the work itself. It explores the spiritual dilemma of individuals nowadays. Through presenting the creative process in the form of materials, shapes, and installation, she is hoping to reflect and respond to the solitariness, alienation and helpless emotions of living in the chaotic world.




2016 - 2019

University of Brighton

Fine Art Sculpture BA (Hons)

2015 - 2016

University of Brighton International College

Art, Design and Media Foundation 

2014 - 2015

Royal Alexandra and Albert School

AS Level: Art and Craft 


31 May - 12 June 2019

Graduation Show 2019

Grand Parade, University of Brighton

11 May 2019

University of Brighton Graduate Fashion Showcase 2019

154-155 Edward Street, Brighton

Producing sculptures for the fashion show stage

17 Feb - 18 Mar 2018

The Sitting Room

Phonenix Brighton

Showing with Artists including Dave Stephens, Anne Bean and Lewis Robinson


2nd - 14th Feb 2018


North Gallery, University of Brighton

Fine Art Second Year Show

6th - 10th June 2017

Tickle ME

2 Combe Road, Brighton

Sculpture Exhibition

27th July - 2nd Aug 2016


Grand Parade, University of Brighton

Pre-master and Foundation Certificate Arts, Design and Media students exhibition

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