Eugenia S. Kim is a Korean-American transdisciplinary creator and researcher who uses movement and multimedia technology to create narratives and visualizations. Her doctoral research proposed the use of dance and somatic movement practices, motion capture and virtual reality (VR) for creating illness narratives about bipolar disorder. From 2001-2017, she mainly created and performed in live dance works for the stage before switching her focus to motion capture and VR. She was also a digital archivist/humanist/librarian from 2011-2016 with a focus on digital dance preservation. Most recently she has started to investigate the impact of machine learning and virtual worlds on human-machine relationships.
Eugenia is a member of the Somatic Practices and Chronic Pain Network (SPCPN) and an editor for the Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices.
- Dance and Somatic movement practices
- Machine Learning
- Medical Humanities
- Motion Capture
- Virtual Reality
- PhD in Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong
- MS in Information Science from University at Albany
- BS in Electronic Media, Arts and Communications from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute