Jea Rhee ( My Little Robot Friend ) is an Artist/Author from London, Ontario. An Alumni of Concordia University’s Fine Arts Program [Art History], she now resides in Greater Montreal, QC, Canada.
An advocate of mental healthcare for those affected with mental health issues, she explores how much today’s Digital Age impacts our lives and the future of mental health within our greater communities. Part of her mandate is to explore a new series of books concerning her experiences with, what she has coined “Hyperreal Psychosis,” and her knowledge of “The Truman Show Delusion”, and to help end stigma around mental illness.
I am not an expert in any field, but if you would like to know my thoughts/insights on Mental Health, Art, Technology, History, Future…among other things… You can read them here (just click on link below)…
The Crazies Lullaby: 1/2 A Lot Of Nonsense
A creative story based on psychosis. A journey through metaphors and conversations with God, regarding identity, humanity, and society. (Includes art/photographs by MLRF and CYER)
Staying Connected IRL: A Collection Of Women’s Stories On Identity And Mental Health In The Digital Age
An insight into our interactions with digital media and mental healthcare. Includes “HyperReal Psychosis: Social Media as the Influencing Machine”, 2017.
The Crazies Book Of Testements I: Sensations Of The Nonsensical
A Journey Through Fictional Non-Fiction of HyperReal Psychosis. Poetry and stories accumulated over a span of approximately a decade. (c.2000-2019)
The Crazies Book Of Testements III: The Mind Game The next book in The Crazies Book Of Testaments series. A journey through fictional non-fiction Of HyperReal Psychosis. Real life accounts in the Digital Age. Includes “HyperReal Psychosis: Mental Illness and the Influencing Machine” 2019
Manbaby The Bedroom Series
A Collection Of #sketchoftheday inspired drawings of ManBaby. A look into voyeurism, pop culture, and gender issues.
All Original Artwork/Writing Copyright of My Little Robot Friend/Jea Rhee past-present-future