Lisa Kori

artist, creative producer

Lisa Kori Chung is an artist, creative producer and researcher working in the realms of sound art, performance, and the future of fashion. As a 2010-2011 Watson Fellow, she documented various communities that formed around technologically-based art practices. This interest in collaboration and community building, as well as bridging different forms of knowledge, has continued throughout her projects. These include Open Fit (with Kyle McDonald), an open source clothing workflow that brings pattern making knowledge into the Processing environment, Pianokosmos (with Tal Isaac Hadad and Dawid Gorny), a reactive system that illuminates nuances of a performerʻs gestures, and Sway (with Caitlin Morris), an immersive sound installation that aims to connect physical and sonic textures.

Currently an artist-in-residence at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center and working as a freelance creative producer for design, branding and web projects.

lisakori at
Call of the Void

Positions Held
Artist-in-Residence, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (2015)

Senior Digital Producer, Antarctic: Design, Technology and Strategy Agency (2014-2015)

Researcher-in-Residence, Interaction Design, FABRICA (2013-2014)

Watson Fellow, the Medium and the Mayhem (2010-2011)
Independent research project documenting experimental and electronic art practices in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Spain.
Funded by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation

Selected Recent Work
Opera Toolkit, audiovisual tools and performance prompts for new approaches to multimedia performance, with Gene Kogan and Colin Self
NYC, USA, 2015

Sway, an installation environment where sound and physical form meet, with Caitlin Morris
Sónar, Barcelona, June 2014

Pianokosmos, an investigation into experience of performance through new forms of vision, with Tal Isaac Hadad and Dawid Górny
Cité de la Musique, Paris, June 2014

Anti-NIS Accessories, wearables to thwart neuro-imaging surveillance Speculative Art Project with Caitlin Morris
Exhibited in Wearable Futures, Ravensbourne, London, December 2013

Open Fit, a workflow for the creation of custom pants using Processing
with Kyle McDonald, June 2013

ADa Machine, collaboratively-written telematic performance project
Residency in Hangar, Barcelona, June-July 2011
Performance at Ars Santa Monica, Barcelona

Generative Pattern Making Workshop: Blackout Festival, Basel, Switzerland, September 2015

Opera Toolkit Workshop Series: New Audiovisual Tools for Performing Artists, with Gene Kogan and Colin Self Supported by Eyebeam Art + Technology Center,NYC, USA, August 2015 - ongoing

Panel Speaker: Adorn and Subvert: A Discussion on Wearable Resistance Moderated by Joanne McNeil, Produced by Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, August 2015, NYC

Masterclass: Open Fit: Generative Patternmaking co-taught with Gene Kogan, based on a project by Lisa Kori and Kyle McDonald Part of the 'Making Patterns' Exhibit, 117 Beekman Street Produced by Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, August 2015, NYC

Workshop for the Legal Imaginary: Collaborative Writing Workshop With Tom Haviv, August 2015, NYC

Guest Critic: Computational Fashion Masterclass Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, August 2015, NYC

Guest Lecturer: Integrated Digital Media Arts Lecture Series NYU Poly, Feb. & March 2015

Workshop: Generative Patternmaking in Processing Eyebeam Computational Fashion Masterclass, NYC, July 2014

Panel Speaker: Wearables, DIY and Empowerment Wearable Futures, Ravensbourne, London, Dec. 2013

Production Team, Translation Assistance: NODE Forum for Digital Arts, Frankfurt, Feb. 2013

Workshop: Handmade Transistor Oscillators House of Natural Fiber, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, March 2011

Invited Presenter: Carnival of e-Creativity, Sattal, India, Feb. 2011

Artist-in-Residence: Sound and Light Exhibit, Jaaga, Bangalore, India, Feb. and May 2011

Production Team: Sudamerica Experimental, Festival of Experimental Music, Santiago, Chile, Dec. 2010

Participant: Sound and Music Computing Summer School, Physical Modeling and Soundwalk Composition COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) Grant Recipient Porto, Portugal, 2009

Oberlin Conservatory, New Media Studies B.M. (2005-2009)