Marc Lee is a Swiss artist
He is creating network-oriented interactive projects, interactive installations, media art, internet art, performance art and video art. He is experimenting with information and communication technologies and within his contemporary art practice, he reflect creative, cultural, social, economic and political aspects. His artworks reflect the visions and limits of our information society in an intelligent manner and question this critically.

His works are exhibited in major Museums and new media art exhibitions including: ZKM Karlsruhe, New Museum New York, Transmediale Berlin, Ars Electronica Linz, HMKV Dortmund, HeK Basel, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Read_Me Festival Moscow, CeC Dehli, MoMA Shanghai, ICC Tokyo, Nam June Paik Art Center, Media Art Biennale and MMCA Seoul.

Marc Lee he has won many prizes and honorary mentions at international festivals,
including “Interaction” and “Software” Awards at Transmediale Berlin and the Social-Media-Art-Award at Phaenomenale Wolfsburg.

His art projects are in private and public collections like the Swiss Confederation Federal Art Collection Bern, HeK Basel, Fotomuseum Winthertur and the ZKM Karlsruhe.

He is lecturing, teaching and holding workshops about art and social media, contemporary digital art, media hacking, electronic art and network culture in many art schools including China Academy of Art (CAA) Hangzhou, Strelka Moscow, Shanghai Institute of Visual Art (SIVA), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) Seoul and ZHdK Zurich

Art with social networks
In many projects, Marc Lee uses user-generated content – posts from social networks.
In traditional photography- and video art, it’s an artist group or single artist who decides, what will be shown. Using user generated-content, people all over the world receive a voice by sharing their thoughts and stories on social networks. They see things in the immediate vicinity. Their posts are personal points of views and a window to a changing world. As a gigantic sum, they provide a comprehensive picture of the world that becomes part of the artwork. The viewer of this artwork participates in the social movements of our time. In that way, we are able to reflect our life, hopes, wishes and especially the culture of the younger generation. Perhaps more contemporary then through traditional art. Such artworks are changing and alter continuously. They are never the same – always new. Like nature – an endless river, every second new.


Realtime Stories - Generative net-based installation

10.000 Moving Cities - Interactive net-based installation

10.000 Moving Cities (VR) - Interactive net-and-telepresence-based installation

Non-Places - 16-Channel Video Installation, 16 x HD 1080p 4'30'' Stereo

Pic-Me - Online project

Bundestagswahl - Network-based inter active television program

The Show Must Go On - Online News Channel

TV Bot - Network-based television program

SECURITY FIRST - Mixed media installation

Mini Residency in Kassel - Site-specific works

Breathing Newsbots - Generative net-based installation

The Value of the Present Moment - Performance and live transmission

Skin the Sculpture - Interactive net-based installation

Breaking the News - Interactive net-based multi screen installation

Oamos - Meta-Inspiration Engine

Open News Network (O-N-N) - Software art project - peer-to-peer news network

Loogie.net TV - Interactive online news channel

Tracenoizer - Online project

Clone-It - Software art, action art

NEWS, I'm Lovin' It - Media installation, LIVE TV NEWS

Pyramid - Mixed media installation

4 Questions - Video

Pairs - Site-specific software art

Nothing's Forever - HD Video, 4.1 sound channel (surround sound)

Arrival - Generative media installation

Media donkeys, mobile formats - Experimental tour, mobile formats