Sunju Lee is an artist from South Korea who graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010 and is now living and working in London. She recently exhibited her work at the SOMA Museum in Seoul, Korea. Sunju's work tackles the way in which one interprets a space through living in it. A space is given an identity through the connections it has with individuals and their surroundings, becoming a place through it being experienced and memorised. The place is a particular space covered with various actualities induced by certain people. In order for the artist to read a place, she repeatedly photographs a space over several hours or days, catching distorted and stretched shadows. The photographs are then used to reconstruct the physical place using abstract shadows.