Last updated July 17, 2018 at 10:01 am
Eugenie Lee is a Korean born interdisciplinary artist whose works focus on the human body and mind, and in particular chronic pain.
Seeing is believing is an interactive immersive artwork that explores how our brains construct and experience pain. Through a series of interactions, culminating in a virtual reality experience that allows the audience to experience the effects that our environment – sight, touch, sound, heat, pressure, influence how we perceive pain.
This was recorded as part of The Patient exhibition at UNSW Galleries in 2016.