Her work explores intimacy and connection through technology, fluidly embedding new media across many platforms.
Recognized as Emerging Artist of the Year for the “intelligence, emotion and sensuality” of her work, Lee was also named “Artist to Watch” by ARTnews.
Scientists have looked at anger and violence, though, and discovered genetic variations, expressed as concentrations of a particular messenger molecule in the brain, that are both congenital and predisposing to a violent temper. in nature – no amount of “free will” can cure you of schizophrenia, or Huntington’s, or ALS – we should also not assume that every brain disease is equally deterministic.
There are two main reasons why I’m not ready to give up on free will. One of the great themes of modern neuroscience is the malleability of the mind.
While a genetic program specifies the gross anatomy of our brain, the all important details are determined by experience.
In fact, the best metaphor for the mind might be our immune system.
Just as our antibodies are constantly altered in response to the pathogens we actually encounter (we do not have the B-cells of our parents, or of our identical twin), the brain is constantly adapting to the particular conditions of our own life.
This is why blind people can use their visual cortex to read Braille, and why the deaf can process sign language in their auditory cortex.
Lose a finger and, thanks to neural plasticity, your other fingers will take over its brain space.
Desire, curated by Annette Di Meo Carlozzi, The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin Design Meets Art, ARCADE, The Art Stable, Seattle Intellectual Property, curated by Matthew Offenbacher / Yoko Ott, Hedreen Gallery, Seattle University Out of Bounds: Art from the Collection of Driek and Michael Zirinsky, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham WAI am/I am not Woman, Arts West Gallery, Seattle Contested Ground: Landscape Redrawn, curated by Ben Mitchell, NW Museum of Arts & Culture, Spokane WAThe Terrible Twos: A Lawrimore Project Biennial, Lawrimore Project, Seattle Channel One: Single Channel Video Exhibition, curated by Kyungmin Lee, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul Master Minds, curated by Paul Metivier, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland WAHow the Soy Sauce was Bottled, Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle Introducing Susie Lee, Lawrimore Project, Seattle Wired Forest, curated by Tracey Fugami, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland WAUniversity of Washington MFA Thesis Exhibition, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle Digital Video & Time Based Works, juried by Eric Frederickson, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle Touching Art, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle Coupling III, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle Xchange, Western Washington University, Bellingham WAWorks in Progress, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle The Last Judgment Project, curated by Stefano Catalani, Bumbershoot 2003, Seattle Klay, Ceramics and Metal Arts Gallery, Seattle Preface, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland WAFrom the Ground Up, 7 Acres, Duvall WAInchoate, Prudential Center, Seattle I Scream, You Scream, Vermont Clay Studio, Waterbury Center VTPigs on Parade, Pike Place Market, Seattle National Juried Cup Show, Gallery 138, Kent OHGood and Guilty: Juried Show, curated by Akio Takamori, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland WAFire!
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