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Eugenie Lee

Eugenie Lee

Art Forms: Drawing, Installation, Sculpture, Visual Art

Residency Year: 2020

Lives / Works: Sydney, Australia

Eugenie Lee is a Korean-Australian interdisciplinary artist with a conceptual focus on persistent pain. She investigates the psycho-social components of pain-related perceptions and experiences through various media and technologies that often stem from collaborations with pain researchers and clinicians.

Lee spent time at Bundanon through our 2020 Accessible Arts Residency. Lee used her residency to explore alternative mediums for continuing exploratory artworks about chronic pain; experiment and create several miniature polymer clay sculptures and drawings; revisit her business plan, and network with fellow creatives.

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