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RE:site is a public art studio co-founded by Shane Allbritton and Norman Lee, located in Houston, Texas. Their practice combines divergent aesthetic and interpretive design backgrounds, often resulting in transformative public sculptures and installations. Drawing on a site’s cultural landscape, they strive to make history meaningful for present and future audiences by inviting the public to share in experiential moments, prompting collaborative viewership and dialogue.
As a visual storyteller and mixed-media artist, Shane’s personal and collaborative work is often a response to ethos of place and memory. Deeply inspired by consultations with survivors, heroes, activists, and historians, Shane has dedicated nearly two decades expressing cultural stories through art and design. Named a finalist in the World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition, Norman established an interest in commemorative works defined by a sensitivity to the transcendent and an open, inclusive vision of our society. Norman is the son of immigrants and part of a family that has organized for civil rights and racial justice over several generations, and he sees his artwork as an expression of that legacy. Together, Shane and Norman are committed to helping communities, cities, and organizations discover and define their identity through iconic artworks.
Find more of Shane's work at RE:site here.