Eva Lee is a visual artist and
experimental filmmaker fascinated by the nature of mind and reality. This has
led her to create work in response to neuroscience. Her recent experimental animations
were created in collaboration with renowned neuroscientist Dr. Richard J. Davidson.
Other work includes EEG brain data visualizations, art installations, and
drawings. She is currently interested in models of mind and their potential insight
for computation and self-learning artificial intelligence.
She has exhibited at galleries and museums nationally, including the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, and Bronx Museum of the Arts. She has screened internationally at Cannes Short Film Festival, BBC Big Screen, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and other events such as SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York City presented by Harvestworks and ThoughtWorks Arts.
Her work is in the Tampa Public Art Collection, Connecticut Artists Collection, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Columbia University East Asian Library, and other collections. Awards include Fulbright U.S. Scholar, fellowships from Asian Cultural Council, Connecticut Office of the Arts, MacDowell, Hemera Foundation, and Mind & Life Summer Research Institute.