Eva Lee is a visual artist and experimental filmmaker who is fascinated by the nature of mind and reality. Investigating mind has led her to respond to the findings of neuroscientists. A recent work, Dual Brains, is a real-time EEG data-driven performance inspired by studies on human neural interdependence. Other work includes digital animations, video installations, original drawings and editioned prints each exploring what lies at the threshold of perception. Some of her work has been described by The New York Times as “hypnotic” depictions of the “awesome infinities and minutiae of the cosmos.”
She has exhibited at galleries and museums nationally, including The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, The DeCordova, and Bronx Museum for the Arts. She has screened internationally at BBC Big Screen, MashRome, and other venues. Recent events were SPRING/BREAK Art Show in NYC, presented by Harvestworks/Thoughtworks Arts, and Ann Arbor Film Festival. Her work is in the collections of Tampa Public Art Collection, Connecticut Artists Collection, and Louisiana Art & Science Museum. Awards include fellowships from Fulbright, Asian Cultural Council, Connecticut Commission on the Arts, The MacDowell Colony, and Mind & Life Summer Research Institute.