Eunice is a Filipino-Singaporean visual professional taking her PhD at NTU-ADM researching on screens as exhibition spaces. She completed her master's degree in Asian Art History at the Lasalle College of the Arts where she researched participatory art practices. Her research interests include archives, data, visualisation, digital, and screen culture. Her practice started with formal training in painting at the University of the Philippines for her Bachelor's Degree in Studio Arts. Eunice became more interested in digital and participatory practices. She creates digital artworks such as mobile applications to engage audiences. Eunice worked with the National Library Singapore, the National Gallery Singapore, Art Outreach Singapore, the Substation Singapore, Asia Art Archives: Roberto Chabet Collection. And presented her cultural projects at institutions such as the Vargas Museum in Manila, the CICA Museum in Seoul, the Architeture-Media-Politics-Society at the Czech Technological University. She contributes cultural articles to art journalism platforms such as MOMUS Canada and ArtsEquator.
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