Eugene Lee (Taiwan) is a multimedia artist who was born in Eugene, Oregon. He received his MFA from ICP-Bard MFA Program, and a BA in journalism from the National Chengchi University (Taiwan). Primarily working with video projection and installation, Lee explores the intangibles of art-making, and samples various structures of daily phenomena as analogies to reflect different courses of his internal experience as an artist.
Lee had his first solo exhibition, The Plantation Guide, at SLY Art Space (2017), and has taken part in Wallpaper group exhibition at Now Space (2017). He has finished his dual thesis exhibition, Splitting as a Daily Practice / Clyde Street Market, at ICP-Bard MFA Studios (2019). He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.