Hyun Jean Lee

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    Hyun Jean Lee is a video and multimedia artist and media theorist whose research focuses on media history and aesthetics in the relationship between art and media technology. Lee earned a Ph.D. in Digital Media program at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Literature, Communication, and Culture, USA. At Georgia Tech, she also researched emerging physical sensing and computer-interaction technologies across media arts, entertainment, and educational domains. After earning a BFA in Painting from Seoul National University in Korea, Lee, supported by a Fulbright scholarship and a Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council, received her MPS degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University. Currently she is both an associate professor of Media Art at the Graduate School of Communication and Arts and a director of X-Media Art and Research Center, at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.

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  • Seoul, Korea

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