Snow Yunxue Fu (b. 1987) is a new media artist who lives and works in Chicago and has shown her work internationally and nationally in America. Her artwork approaches the subject of the Sublime using topographical computer rendered animation installation. She exams and interprets the world around her through digital space and virtual reality, where she draws a parallel to the realms of multi-dimensionality, the physical, the virtual, and the metaphysical.
Fu teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation Department, Continuing Studies Department, and Ox-bow Artist Residency, as well as working as a faculty portfolio reviewer for Admissions and an Internship Advisor for Career and Professional Experience at SAIC. She also teaches 3D Animation courses in the North Central College in Naperville IL and L-Art University based in Shanghai China.
She obtained a M.F.A. degree from the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She also obtains a B.F.A. degree in Painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Southeast Missouri State University, and a B.A. in Fine Art from Sichuan Normal University in China.
Fu's work has been shown internationally (for a detailed list, please see the CV). Fu has presented her work and research in institutions, symposiums, and conferences, such as the SIGGRAPH Anaheim 2016’s CG in Asia Panel, the 15th Biennial of Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology. She has given artist talk at the Elmhurst Art Museum, Chicago Artist Coalition, Lido Art Center in Guangzhou China, and Guizhou Minzu (Nationalities) University in Guiyang China, and she was recently on the panel Flickering Bodies as part of SAIC’s Celebrating Women in New Media Symposium in 2016. Fu is also actively engaged in many curatorial projects. She has co-curated many multi-media shows, such as "–scape" at the Zhou Brothers Art Center and "A City to Wear" at the Research House for Asian Art in Chicago.