Eva LeeUnited States
Eva's website and travel blog can be visited here to learn more about her research in India on mandalas as a Fulbright scholar.
Grants Awarded2010 | Visual Art | India
to support travel to India to research Tibetan Buddhist art and meditative practices, attend the Mind and Life Institute's interdisciplinary conference, and create new work
Dual Brains project team of talented artists, designers, and programmers have worked together these past four weeks towards realizing real-time data-generated art using OpenBCI EEG brain-computer-interface technology. There will be eight other teams presenting their Art-a-Hack projects, ranging from motion capture to augmented reality, sonic events, biometric readers and more.
Eva Lee is a visual artist and experimental filmmaker. She will present her Fulbright Research on 10th to 12th century Buddhist mandalas conducted in ancient Tibetan monasteries of Spiti, Lahaul, and Ladakh. Her talk will include showing photos of the astonishing mandalas discovered on her Himalayan journey, along with a video of the beautiful and rare interior of Tabo Monastery’s main temple, the famed Tsug Lhakhang. Also shown will be examples of contemporary mandalas, with discussion on their aesthetic structure, sacred purpose, and relevance for today.
This international premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists is a six-day festival presenting 40 programs with more than 180 films from over 20 countries of all lengths and genres, including experimental, animation, documentary, fiction, and performance-based works.
Eva Lee is an artist and experimental filmmaker who received an ACC fellowship in 2010 to support travel to India to research Tibetan Buddhist art and meditative practices and create new work