Eun Lee is a digital artist who is interested in electronic sculptures, interactive performances and robot technology. Taking references from nature and unfamiliar parts of the world and reimagining them using digital and electronic forms, her works investigate and explore recurrent themes such as interactions and communications between works and audience. After studying Communication Design at Samsung Art and Design Institute in 2009, she worked for D'strict, the digital design company in Korea as a digital contents planner and production manager. From 2009 to 2014 she participated in many new media contents productions and theme park planning's. This included the world's first digital theme park full of interactive attractions like holographic performances and augmented reality contents in Everland, the biggest theme park in Korea. Since 2014, she has been studying computational art at Goldsmiths University of London.
interactive digital media, holographic show, digital theme park contents planning / project managing /producing 2014 'Klive' the K-pop theme park, contents planning and production management http://www.dstrict.com/arttechfactory/en/31-Klive-media-concerts.html 2013 'Robocar Poly' the kids theme park, digital contents planning and production management 2013 'Life Valley' in Samsung Everland, digital contents planning and production management https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVRxpXGgV6g 2012 'Live Sketchbook' the kids edutainment product, contents planning and production management https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V057HnLaqeY 2012 'Live Hologram' the interactive holographic show, contents planning and production management https://vimeo.com/150880256 2011 '4D Live Park' the digital theme park, production management https://vimeo.com/150879179