Artist Tim Hon Hung Lee synthesizes his Asian ancestry and British childhood with a series of elaborate works in Chinese ink on rice paper. There’s a delicate morbidity in the severed heads and skulls, but they’re submerged so ornately into leaves, petals and butterfly wings, it all really is like a “lyrical dream.”“You were born with a light between your eyes, I was born to answer your sun,” Tim Hon Hung Lee, May 20 – May 30, gallery nine5, New York.