Lee with his two-part exhibit "In Our Time", part of the 2018, "Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time" exhibition at the Singapore Art Museum.
It comprises a 16.8m mural with an area where visitors can hang their own drawings.


To local illustrator, Lee Xin Li, technology is not the enemy of traditional art forms but instead, has opened endless possibilities for the way we produce and appreciate art.

For an artist like Lee Xin Li, whose art serves to capture childhood memories, the message is more important than the medium. Rather than seeing digital or traditional art as competing forms, Lee thinks digital technology has instead supported the development of the art scene in many ways.

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