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Snow Yunxue Fu - Conjoin (Chapter 3)

Snow Yunxue Fu
Conjoin (Chapter 3)

Commissioned Sound by Daniel Brookman & Studio Assistants Jun Young Kang and Ashley Liu

The collection of the floating liquid forms the shapes of the bodies together at times and then disintegrate into other objects and parts, underlining the connectivity we have with one another, in both material and immaterial ways. We have a long-term dilemma for we have a short-term body. Working with 3D software and CG imaging technology, Fu creates scenes of experimental abstraction that translate the concept of liminality into the subliminal digital experience.

Snow Yunxue Fu is a Chinese-born and New York-based new media artist, curator, and Assistant Arts Professor in the Department of Photography and Imaging at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has formerly taught at other schools such as the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Ox-bow School of Art and Artists Residency. Fu’s artwork has been shown internationally in solo shows, group exhibitions, screenings and festivals including New York Gallery of Chinese Art, New York; Venice Architecture Biennale, Venice, Italy; Pioneer Works, New York; Sediton, Hong Kong; Arebyte Gallery, London, UK; Shenzhen Independent Animation Biennale, Shenzhen, China; Current Museum of Art, New York; TRANSFER Gallery, New York; NADA Art Fair, New York; the Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, China; Thoma Art House, Sante Fe; Currents Santa Fe New Media Art Festival, Santa Fe, New Mexico; The Wrong Biennale, the Internet; Expo Chicago, Chicago; Hong Kong Art Center, Hong Kong; Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago; Venice Biennale Satellite Shows, Venice, Italy; MOMA PopRally Screening, New York; LOOP Festival, Barcelona, Spain, and etc. Her work has been collected by institutions such as the Currents Museum in New York, and she remains the youngest artist collected by the National Art Museum of China. Her interviews and reviews have been covered in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Arebyte on Screen, Sedition, the St. Louis Magazine Art Review, and Guangzhou Today’s Focus in China. She has presented on her work and research at institutions, symposiums, and international conferences including International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), SIGGRAPH Anaheim, SIGGRAPH Asia, the Ammerman Center for the Arts and Technology, Celebrating Women in New Media Symposium at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Chicago, The Fourth Chinese-American Art Faculty Symposium.

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