Joceline Lee is an artist based in Dingley, Victoria whose body of work explores human structures, skeletal figures and anatomical studies.
Working mostly with ink on paper, she renders skulls, carcasses, rib cages in intricate detail, reimagining the basic frameworks of a diverse range of animal life. Working from both photographs and physical models, Joceline reinterprets the anatomical forms creating new histories for animals considered prehistoric.
Joceline’s studies of bone structure have been informed by her Artist Residency at the Palaeontology Collection at the Melbourne Museum. Focusing on ancestral vertebrates, her work plays with form and scale to interpret fractions of mega fauna to paper.