The Hive Mind: Nancy Lee

The Hive Mind: Nancy Lee

Join us for an artist talk with XR creator and community organizer Nancy Lee.

Nancy Lee will discuss their interdisciplinary practice as an XR creator, and community organizer. They will talk about the connections between their immersive media research projects - 360 dance film "Tidal Traces” and 8-channel surround sound VR performance “Telepresence” - and their work with CURRENT, an intersectional and multidisciplinary initiative featuring artistic and educational programming by womxn, nonbinary artists and artists of colour. 

This event will stream at watch.opensignalpdx.org. Register below for a reminder.

Nancy will also teach a free Intro to WebVR workshop that starts November 18th. Register here: https://www.opensignalpdx.org/...

Dates

Oct 28

Wednesday

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Guest Artist

Nancy Lee Guest Artist

Nancy Lee is a Taiwanese-Canadian interdisciplinary media artist, curator, filmmaker, DJ and cultural producer. Their work stimulates and enlivens space, making a provocative statement about how inescapably interconnected we are with our surroundings. This notion of staging is a constant in Nancy’s work and underpins her projects, from their early work as a more traditional filmmaker, through their conception and planning of live events, and into the realms of XR, new media performance and installation, where their art practices continue to coalesce and evolve.

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