Jocelyn Lee is a San Francisco based printmaker interested in utilizing the malleability and multiplicity provided by printmaking for public-facing applications. She is graduating from UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.S. in Cognitive Science.

Her cognitive science background informs an art practice that explores deviations from the norm of the senses that inform our perceptions and construction of the world around us.

She was first introduced to printmaking at UC Santa Cruz and quickly fell in love with the unlimited possibilities offered by serigraphy, which has fueled a need to know and master more processes such as intaglio, lithography, and relief. Most recently her practice has searched for ways to integrate digital techniques with the highly analog processes of printmaking to interrogate, subvert, and reclaim a culturally established visual language.