Lisa Park (b. 1987) is an American-born, Korean-raised artist living in New York. Park is a recipient of NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts) Fellowship in the category of Digital/Electronic Arts. She is selected to be an inaugural member of NEW INC, New Museum’s first museum-led incubator residency in art, technology, and design since Fall 2014.

In her recent bodies of works, Lisa has used biofeedback devices as a tool to investigate her inner states and emotional states. These performances explored the possibilities of self-monitoring her physical and psychological states to create an audio-visualization of herself.

Her works were featured on Wired, The Creators Project, Hyperallergic, MIT Press ‘A Journal of Performance And Art,' BBC's 'Technobabble', The New York Times' Bits Blog, Time Out New York, New York Post, Daily News, PBS ‘Off Book Series’, MBC Documentary ‘Next Human,' and many other publications. 

2013   MPS in Interactive Telecommunications Program, NYU Tisch, NY
2009  BFA in Fine Art, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

2014  New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (Digital/Electronic Arts)
2015  4DSOUND Artist-in-Residence, Art Quarter Budapest
2014-2016  NEW INC member, The New Museum

2015  National Centre for Contemporary Arts, The Dialogues of Light and Sound, Moscow, RU
2015  TodaysArt Festival 2015, Hague, The Netherlands
2015  Red Bull Studios, NEW INC End-of-Year Showcase, New York, NY
2015  Reverse gallery, SYNAESTHETICS, Brooklyn, NY
2014  Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon Biennial: The Human Brain, South Korea
2014  Digital Art Center, Digital Art Festival 2014, Taipei, Taiwan
2014  New York Hall of Science, Maker Faire, Corona, NY
2014  Hyphen Hub, New York, NY
2013  319 Scholes, Brooklyn, NY
2013  IAC Building, Big Screens 2013, New York, NY

2015   Hyperallergic, A Project That Lets You Control Music with Your Mind.
2015   Paper Magazine, The New Museum’s NEW INC Makes Art and Technology Actually Fun
2015   Artnet, Art and Technology Collide at New Museum's NEW INC Showcase”
2015   The Creators Project, “I Moved Water with My Mind at an Art Installation.”
2015   Cycling 74, “An Interview with Lisa Park.”
2015   Art Center College of Design, “Fine Art Alumna Lisa Park uses Brain Sensor to make her feelings known in her bold new installation.
2014   The Creators Project, “[Best of 2014] The Year in Brains.”
2014   WIRED, “Watch an Artist control pools of water with her brainwaves.” 
2014   The Creators Project, “Artist Manipulates 48 Pools of Water.”
2014   The Creators Project, “10 Pieces of Music created with Brainwaves.”
2014   Daily Mail UK, Melodies of the mind: Artist creates haunting music using a headset that reads her brainwaves.”
2013   The Creators Project, “[Best of 2013] The Year in Creativity.”
2013   PBS Off Book Series, “How to be Creative”
2013   CNET, “Artist Vibrates water with the power of thought.”
2013   COLOSSAL, “Beautiful Thoughts: Artist Lisa Park manipulates water with her mind.”
2013   The Creators Project, “Artist manipulates water with the power of her mind.”
2012   WIRED, “I Need to See You Again: Missed Connections Street Art.” 
2012   TimeOut NY, “I Wish I said Hello:Making Street art of missed connections.”
2012   New York Times Bit Blog, “Send an E-Mail to the World, and Other Students Projects.”

2015   MU:CON Festival, 'Digital Innovations&Technology' , DDP, South Korea
2015   TodaysArt Festival, 'Artist Panel and Talks: Musica Humana', Hague, The Netherlands
2015   TodaysArt Festival, 'Sensory Experience and Enhanced Realities', Hague, The Netherlands
2015   TodaysArt Festival, 'ZERO Beyond the White Cube', Hague, The Netherlands
2015   SXSW (South by South West), 'What does an art and design incubator look like', Austin, TX
2015   State University of New York, 'Art Lecture Series', New York, NY
2015   New Museum Theater, 'New Inc Demo Day', New York, NY
2014   New York University, 'Alumni Talks', New York, NY
2014   Digital Art Festival Taipei, 'Artist Forum', Taipei, Taiwan
2014   Parsons School of Design, 'The Digital Self: Interfacing the Body', New York, NY




Lisa Park
231 Bowery, 2FL, New York, NY 10002, USA

• The Brain (Project Daejeon 2014), Daejeon Museum of Art, Nov 2014, Pg 44-45
• Arte de Fazer Arte (Art of making Art), Saraiva Publisher, Topics: A Mente e o Movimento
• PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, MIT Press, Sep 2015, Vol. 37, No. 3 (PAJ111): 1–21