Instructor, Continuing Studies and Film, Video, New Media, and Animation (2014). BA, 2010, Sichuan Normal University, Chengdu China; BFA, 2010, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO; BFA, 2011, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL; MFA, 2014, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL. ExhibitionsHong Kong Arts Center; ISEA2016, Hong Kong; Expo Chicago; Hongli Chen Art Museum; Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, Connecticut; Digital Culture Center, Mexico City; Zhou B Art Center, Chicago; Chicago Artist Coalition; Kunsthalle Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art; Chicago Filmmakers; MoMA PopRally Screening; Gene Siskel Film Center; NURTUREart Gallery, Brooklyn; TEMP Art Space, New York; Gallery C Space, Beijing, China; West Village Art Gallery, Chengdu, China; SIMULTAN Festival, Romania; 9:16 Film Festival, Australia.

Personal Statement

Snow Yunxue Fu’s artwork approaches the subject of the Sublime using topographical computer rendered animation installations. She examines and interprets the world around her through digital reality, where she draws a parallel to the realms of the physical, the virtual, the metaphysical, and multi-dimensionality.

Modeling her animations on the allegorical paintings of Casper David Fredrich, Fu continues her aspirations in the sublime from her painting background into experimental digital media, exploring the nature of physical and metaphysical limits, as the work also mirrors the fundamental aspect of Chinese Traditional Landscape Painting, which often presents a type of virtual reality where the significance of the individual and linear perspective is blurred into a voluminous landscape. Extending out from the pictorial, Fu’s installation work engages in a metaphoric relationship with physical perception, by which the sublime is framed and the viewer is invited to enter into a liminal interior within a digitally constructed realm.


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