Artist Lee Boroson converted a rather derelict space into a studio in Williamsburg many years ago, with artists Eve Sussman and Simon Lee. When that got too expensive he moved with those two artists to another space, also in Williamsburg. These tales add to our growing archive on the history of Williamsburg art scene. Lee also talks about his Spring 2010 exhibition Universal Solvent at the Sara Meltzer gallery in New York’s Chelsea district. Boroson’s work is characterized by a fascination for natural phenomenon, from galactic fireballs to earth-bound wind and water vortexes.--from his website.