Davin Luce is a doctoral student studying under the supervision of Dr. Jeehee Hong. His research focuses on middle period Chinese visual culture (9-14th centuries). In particular, he is interested in the representation of the body at the intersection of science, medicine, religion, and the secular. He is also interested in the representation of emotion in Chinese art.
Prior to his doctoral studies, Davin completed his BA honours in Art History at McGill University and his MA in Art History at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Dr. Julia Orell. His MA research was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s (CGS-M).
This year, Davin’s studies are supported by the Max Stern Museum Fellowship.