Eileen Reynolds is one of the pioneers who helped develop and design the School of Art Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. As an expat living in Southeast Asia for the last 7 years, her stop motion video projects infuse subtle critiques about living in a culture apart from ones own and reflect on the rapid modernization of Singapore. A few pieces inspired by this rapid transformation will be shared: “Hungama, The Lap Top Project”, a collaborative project made by Bangladeshi Migrant Workers in Singapore and “Big Bio”, an experimental stop motion animation which toys with science fiction, biology, and reproductive technologies. Having recently relocated to the United States.
- Eileen Reynolds is faculty in the experimental animation area at CalArts, US.