Skin 

June Yong Lee creates photographic images intimately and arrestingly corporeal. Hair (present or absent); stretch marks; scars, sometimes quiet or recognizably medical, at other times scrawled across the chest; piercings; tattoos, textual or symbolic, discreet or sprawling like the A of anarchy on a young female body; these are traces of histories to which we aren’t privy, at which we can only guess, inserting our own experiences and queries to interpret the markings.