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Jay Lee
ay Lee (b. 1968) received his Master of Science in Visual Studies (MSvisS '00) through MIT's Visual Studies Program in the Department of Architecture. He also attended the School of Arts and Design at Hongik University (BFA '95, MFA '97) in Seoul. He received his M.S. from theTangible Media Group at the Media Lab in 2001.
Jay has exhibited multimedia and interactive installations in Seoul (Gallery Boda, 1995), Hamburg (Kunsthalle Kampnagel, 1996), New Haven (Yale University A&A building, 1997), Cambridge (MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies and Media Laboratory, 1998). He has also presented his inventive research and media art at SIGGRAPH'99 (LA Conventions Center, 1999), CHI '00 (the Hague, the Netherlands, 2000), and More.
For more than a half decade, Jay treats spaces in media as conceptual and critical instruments that draw upon the legacies of contemporary artistic interventions. With multimedia and interactive works, Jay's fascination along the boundaries between psychological, social, and technological spaces, explores the hypothetical relations between the spaces. In more recent work, the concept of body space is merged into a measuring apparatus



Bottles as a minimal interface to access digital informationCHI 2001
GeoSCAPE: designing a reconstructive tool for field archaeological excavation.CHI 2001
HandSCAPE: a vectorizing tape measure for on-site measuring applicationsCHI 2000
musicBottlesSIGGRAPH 1999