Amy Lee Sanford
AMY LEE SANFORD (b. 1972, Phnom Penh) is a Cambodian-American sculptor. Her work explores the intersection of trauma and healing. Born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and raised in the United States, the artist holds a degree from Brown University in the Visual Arts, with concentrated study in biology and engineering. She furthered her art studies with individual courses at The Rhode Island School of Design, University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth and Harvard University. Sanford has been in numerous exhibitions internationally. A partial list includes UnAuthorised Medium (Framer Framed, Amsterdam, NL, 2018), Memory | Commitment | Aspiration (University of Arkansas Little Rock, United States, 2018), Cinerama: Art and the Moving Image (Singapore Art Museum, 2017-18), Images Biennial: An Age of Our Own Making (Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark, 2016), Cascade (solo exhibition, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW, Australia, 2015-16).