Snow Yunxue Fu

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Most Recent Affiliation:

  • The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Film, Video, New Media, and Animation, Adjunct Assistant Professor


  • Chicago, Illinois, United States of America



  • Snow Yunxue Fu is a Chinese-born and Chicago-based artist exploring the aesthetic concept of the sublime through a wide range of digital media.

    Fu has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including Thoma Foundation Art House in Santa Fe; Venice Architectural Biennial; Current Museum of Art in New York; Hong Kong Arts Center, HK; ISEA 2016, HK; Expo Chicago, US; Digital Culture Center, MX; Kunsthalle Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art, US; NURTUREart Gallery, US; Gallery C Space, CN; West Village Art Gallery, CN; SIMULTAN Festival, RO; 9:16 Film Festival, AU; Spaces Gallery, Cleveland OH; Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago IL; Supernova Digital Animation Festival, Detroit CO; International Mykonos Multimudia Festival, SOPERNOVA Digital Animation Festival, Denver CO; Greece; Galerie Protégé, NY, and etc. She has presented her work and research in institutions, symposiums, and conferences internationally, and has given artist talks at the Elmhurst Art Museum, US; Chicago Artist Coalition, US; Lido Art Center, CN; Guizhou Minzu (Nationalities) University in Guiyang, CN; Celebrating Women in New Media Symposium at SAIC, US; Trans-National Identity Symposium, US; and Ox-bow School of Art and Artist’s Residency, MI, US. Her early painting work, Kissing the Mother, is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of China in 1994, keeping the record of one of the youngest artists in the collection.

    Fu teaches mainly at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation Department, the Continuing Studies Department, and the Ox-bow School of Art and Artist Residency.