Aimee Lee works in paper, book, performance, and installation arts. Born in New York, she received her BA in Visual Arts from Oberlin College and her MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago. As a Fulbright fellow, her post-graduate research focused on traditional Korean hand papermaking and allied crafts. As a resident artist at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, Ohio, she built the first Korean papermaking studio in North America. Under the Bionic Hearing Press imprint, her artists’ books reside in numerous collections that include the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Museum of Modern Art Library, King St. Stephen Museum in Hungary, and Yale University Library. She has taught and lectured at the Denver Art Museum, Korean American Educational Commission, Oberlin College, Mills College, Center for Book Arts in New York City, Seattle Center for Book Arts, and the University of the Arts. She has been granted residencies by Art Farm, Flaxart Studios, Jentel, Ragdale, Saltonstall Arts Colony, Vermont Studio Center, and Weir Farm Arts Center. Funders include the Caxton Club of Chicago, US Fulbright Program, Korea Fulbright Foundation, Manhattan Graphics Center, New York Foundation for the Arts Special Opportunity Stipend Program, and the Puffin Foundation.