Interdisciplinary artist with a focus on medical science and chronic pain

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Interdisciplinary artist with a focus on medical science and chronic pain

About


 CV

 Selected Grants and Residencies

2020                Career Development Grants for Individuals and Groups, Australia Council of the Arts
                        Bundanon Residency, Accessible Arts
2019                360 Vision: Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality Development Initiative, Create NSW
2019                Front & Centre Arts Leadership Grant ProgramAccessible Arts, NSW Government through Investing In Women
2016                Quick Response Grant, Accessible Arts
2015                Synapse Residency Program, Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT)​​​​​​​
2015                Body in Mind, Sansom Institute for Health Research Residency, University of South Australia, Adelaide
2014                Amplify Your Art Grant, funded by Accessible Arts, NSW Government
2014                Body in Mind, Sansom Institute for Health Research Residency, University of South Australia, Adelaide


Selected Exhibitions

2019                Breakout My Pelvic Sorcery, Empathy Clinic, The Big Anxiety Festival of Arts + Science + People (curated by Prof Jill Bennett, Dr Bec Dean), UNSW Galleries, UNSW, Sydney
2018                MOD.IFY: It’s now what you know, Museum Of Discovery (MOD.), University of South Australia
2017                The Patient: The Medical Subject in Contemporary Art (with Helen Pynor, John A. Douglas and Guy Ben-Ary, curated by Dr Bec Dean), Riddoch Art Gallery, Mt Gambier, South Australia
2017                The Patient: The Medical Subject in Contemporary Art (with Helen Pynor, John A. Douglas and Guy Ben-Ary, curated by Dr Bec Dean), Manning Regional Gallery, Taree, NSW
2016                The Patient: The Medical Subject in Contemporary Art (with Helen Pynor, John A. Douglas and Guy Ben-Ary, curated by Dr Bec Dean), UNSW Galleries, University of NSW, Sydney
2015                Art of Pain (with George Khut and Cat Jones, curated by Vicki Sowry), Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, The Hawke Centre, Samstag Building, University of SA, Adelaide
2015                Matter & Void, Interlude Gallery, Sydney
2012                Undergraduate exhibition (Honours), Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney
2010                Undergraduate exhibition, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney
2009                Inaugural show (curated by Colin Rhode), Verge gallery, University of Sydney, Sydney
2009                The Churchies finalists (Collaboration with Matt Yeldham, Twana Sivan, Kate Brown), Brisbane
2009                (performance) Game, Agar Dish, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney
2008                (performance) Thread, Performance night, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney

2008                (performance) Thread, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
2007                Shelf Life (curated by Nick Vickers), The Delmar Gallery, Sydney
2007                Confluence, Exit Gallery, SCA, Sydney
2006                Selekta, West Space, Melbourne
2006                Post-It (curated by Tracy Clement), Peloton Gallery, Sydney


Selected Bibliography

2019                Keith Gallasch, The Big Anxiety #2: Breakout My Pelvic Sorcery, RealTime, 6 December 2019
2018                Dylan DeLosAngeles, Eugenie Lee’s Seeing is Believing: VR in pain managementArtlink, Issue 38:4 December 2018, 73-77
2018                #2THE PAIN with Eugenie Lee and Dr Tasha Stanton on Chronic Pain, Virtual Reality, The Constellations: Podcast series, DLuxMediaArts, Moderated by Dr Bec Dean, 28 August 2018
2017                Bec Dean, The art of Dis-ease, Anxiety_Art and mental health, Artlink, Issue 37:3 September 2017, 28
2017                Kristy Coulcher, The Patient: Pain, Prime7 NEWS North Coast, 25 May
2016                Keith Gallasch, Virtual Pain, Harsh Reality, RealTime 133
2015                Enterprise, The Pain Illusion, University of South Australia, p4-7
2015                Natasha MitchellArt of Pain, Life Matters, ABC Radio National, 23 July
2015                Jill Margo, Drastic surgical solution eases the pain of ‘women’s problemsthe Australian Financial Review, p46, 25 March
2014                Feature Artist, Amplify Your Art Recipient Eugenie Lee, Accessible Arts, 19 November
2014                Siobhan MoylanPain as Muse, EastsideFM, 21 July
2007                SCAfold: 30 Years of Visual Art Education & Research, Sydney College of the Arts, November


Selected Professional Activities & Project Involvement

2019 -              Member of Presidential Task Force, Global Alliance of Pain Patient Advocates (GAPPA)International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
2019                Awkward Conversations The Big Anxiety Festival Program, Customs House, City of Sydney & University of NSW
2018                Artist talk, Museum Of Discovery (MOD.), University of South Australia
2018                Guest lecture talk, UNSW Art & Design 
2018                Seeing Is Believing,‘The Pain Revolution: Rethink, Re-engage, Recover’, Pain science blog, 12 March 2018
2017-ongoing   Art and Science collaboration – Pain Language and Pain Experience: An Experimental Investigation, with Dr Valeria Bellan (Cognitive Neuroscience Lab (CNL), UniSA) and Prof Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky (CNL, UniSA)
2017                Placebo Symposium: Harnessing Placebo Mechanisms to Improve Clinical Outcomes, Credit for Continuing Professional Development, Pain Management Research Institute, The University of Sydney
2017                Explain Pain & Graded Motor Imagery, Continuing Professional Development Certificates, Neuro Orthopaedic Institute Australasia (NOI)
2017                Seeing Is believing, Performance demonstration & presentation, Australian Pain Society 37th Annual Scientific Meeting: Expanding Horizons, Adelaide, SA
2017                Presentation, Australian Medical writers Association Annual Conference: Communicating for Change, Sydney
2016                Presentation, New Narratives in Science Communication, Australian Science Communicators conference, University of Queensland
2015                Art and Science collaboration - a concept and artwork creator for a Sensory/imaging experiment with Virtual Reality Environment, Health and Creativity Node, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, University of South Australia, and Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA)
2015                Eugenie Lee, Cat Jones, Dr Valeria Bellan: Artists and Scientist Discussion, The Art of Pain: Playing Tricks With The Mind - Illusion And Its Affect, University of South Australia, 28 July
2014                Visiting Fellowship at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA)


Education

2007-12           BVA Sydney College of the Arts (First Class Honours), Sydney 
 

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