Flounder Lee is an artist/curator/educator currently on sabbatical doing artistic and curatorial residencies around the world. He grew up on a farm in the United States and received his BFA from the University of Florida and his MFA from California State University, Long Beach, both in studio art and photography. Over the past decade, several overlapping themes have run through his work: post-colonialism, mapping, science and environmental change. He uses various media such as photography, video, performance, sound and installation to create works that touch on important themes. Many of the same themes and media are also part of her curatorial practice. Remains from her early specialization in aerospace engineering, such as rules and pre-set conditions, are common to her practice. His sabbatical work is about a daily and decolonial future.