Snow Yunxue Fu Artist Linktree
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Saatchi Art NFT Exhibition - Under The Radar: Digital Art and New Media
Curated by Capucine Jenkins, Senior Manager of Digital Art and Curator of NFTs
Cavern-Us Digital Solo Show in V-Art (Interactive Webpage)
NFT Artworks Available on V-Art
New NFT collections in celebration of V-Art's second birthday. 50% proceeds will go to the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund.
Cavern-Us Solo AR Exhibition on V-Art App (Click this link directly on your PHONE to visit!)
Cavern-Us is an app based virtual solo exhibition of New Media Artist Snow Yunxue Fu, set within two scenes of Fu’s artwork environments 'Submerged' and 'The Night Flame'. The duality at the center of the exhibition places the visitor into a juxtaposition between two different environments both of which comment on the human condition. One through our connection to our own bodies, corporeality. The other - through our relationship to nature and our impact upon it. The dual virtual space also functions as environments for exhibiting other screen-based artworks by Snow Yunxue Fu.
Visit the AR Solo Exhibition by click the following link directly ON YOUR PHONE!
Cavern-Us Instagram AR Background Filter (Open Directly in IG)
The Instagram Filter Access Instructions: You can find it in the section “Filters” on the @v.art.digital Instagram account when accessing it ON YOUR PHONE or in your “Effects gallery”. This filter reflects the exhibition space, so you have a wonderful opportunity to place yourself in the virtual gallery of “Cavern-us”!
Snow Yunxue Fu Artist Newsletters' Archives
YouTube Live Link for Metaverse Exhibitions Co-Opening of VR WSPark & DSLCollection on Sansar on 11/27, 9-10am EST
Please join us on Nov 27th at 9-10 am EST by using one of the three ways listed on the poster or access directly through this YouTube Live link!
Detailed Instruction for Accessing VR WSPark Project on Sansar with PC Computers
1) Use this link to download sansar on your PC (Windows) Computers: https://www.sansar.com/download
2) Follow the instructions on the installer.
3) Sign up for a sansar account using email and choose an avatar.
4) Click this link in your web browser: https://atlas.sansar.com/experiences/virtualwsg-9185/virtual-washington-square-park
5) Choose to “Visit” the exhibition and accept the pop up on the screen. This will automatically load into the exhibition.
Once in Sansar, use the arrow keys or WASD keys on your keyboard to move around. Hold right click your mouse and drag to rotate your view. Use the f3 button to switch between first and third person views. Enjoy the exhibition!
My Article "Reflection of the Human Body in Digital Space" is up on V-Art
This article is part of a series dedicated to the launch of Snow Yunxue Fu's exhibition “Cavern-us” on the V-Art platform.
In her work, she often reflects on the themes of human essence, corporeality, and its place in space, as well as human influence on the environment. Nowadays, the reflection of these themes in the artworks of contemporary artists is becoming fundamentally important, since the human influence on the environment is increasing, as a consequence of such phenomena like forest fires, technological disasters, and so on.
It is also worth paying attention to the fact that with the development of technologies has appeared a new digital space within the framework of human life, where humanity interacts and consumes information on a daily basis. And since at all times art has been an instrument of reflecting on themes that are important for society, nowadays the role of humanity in space is one of the leading topics in the work of contemporary artists. The main theme of this article is fundamental in the work of Snow Yunxue Fu.
Register for the Online Opening of "Liminal Momentum" for Wed, 4/28, 7:30pm - 9pm (EST)
The Online Opening of Snow Yunxue Fu's Virtual Solo Exhibition "Liminal Momentum" will be held online on Wed, 4/28 from 7:30pm to 9pm (EST).
Please register on Eventbrite for the ticket to reserve your spot at the opening. The event Zoom link will be sent to you closer to the date. During the online opening, artist Snow Yunxue Fu will first introduce the exhibition and then provide the special virtual exhibition link on Mozilla Hubs that can be visited through internet web browsers, Cardboard VR, or Oculus Headsets. The physical exhibition is on view in Duende Art Museum in Guangdong, China till June 24th, 2021, and so is the virtual exhibition.
Snow Yunxue Fu Liminal Momentum Virtual Solo Show on Mozilla Hubs
"Liminal Momentum" was a solo exhibition of Snow Yunxue Fu on view physically in Duende Art Museum in Guangdong, China March 24th -- June 24th, 2021. Click the link to visit the Social VR Mozilla Hubs version of the museum exhibition.
Duende Art Museum Artist Cover and Artworks Intros (in Chinese)
An in-depth introduction to New Media Artist Snow Yunxue Fu's artistic journey, professional career, and artworks in her solo exhibition "Liminal Momentum" at Duende Art Museum in Guangdong, China.
Snow Yunxue Fu Solo Exhibition “Liminal Momentum” Opens in Duende Art Museum in Guangdong, China
"Liminal Momentum" is on view in Duende Art Museum in Guangdong, China from March 24th to June 24th, 2021
Occupying 4000+ square feet on the second floor of this beautiful Chinese Contemporary Art Museum, the exhibition lasts for three months. Thanks very much for the invitation and great supports from the awesome museum team for making this solo exhibition happen, after many months in the making. The museum has also collected two of my exhibiting artworks in conjunction to the show.
This solo show certainly holds a lot of special meaning for me. Amongst all my solo shows, it is my first one in an art museum setting as well as my first solo exhibition in China.
Snow Yunxue Fu's Artwork Featured in The New York Times
Thanks so much to The New York Times for this lovely review of the show “Well Now WTF” and featuring my work “Balancing Act” in the article “2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore from Home” by Jillian Steinhauer on May 13th, 2020! This larger than life online exhibition is curated by the awesome team Faith Holland, Wade Wallerstein, Lorna Mills, installed by Kelani Nichole, and hosted by Silicon Valet.Congrats also to all the wonderful artists and artworks in the show!!!
Visit the show at: http://wellnow.wtf/
See the NYTimes article at: https://nyti.ms/2YUVaKC
Snow's Summer 2020 Updates
Here are some summer updates from Snow Yunxue Fu's artist studio.
The China Academy of Art official web page of the Future Tense class taught by Professor Snow Yunxue Fu in Summer 2020
The web page on the China Academy of Art official website of the Future Tense class designed and taught by professor Snow Yunxue Fu in the 2020 YOUNG to Young International Collaborative Curriculum Program to see all my students’ work from the class and their descriptions.
2020 CURRENTS New Media Festival Artist Interview with Snow Yunxue Fu
The interview with C Alex Clark, the gallery manager of the CURRENTS New Media Festival 2020, showcasing my two work Planets Dome and Bask.
"Planets Domes" (2019) is a Maya particle simulation piece that utilized NASA images of the galaxies as the ready-made source of simulation. With the view from a 3D camera from the side, the half semi-sphere of the particles accumulate through time and showcasing the different colors and meditate on how much data that usually is collected in order to construct those extra-celestial images.
Snow's Interview Podcast of "Transformations through Distance, Time and Space" with the Cambridge Creation Lab by Ivanna Muse
Between form and content, her works depict romantic painted spaces that are smeared with the tangible clangs of creation. One can almost touch the meanings encoded in the digitally simulated scenes and the pigments extend from to the physical world through digital spaces-right onto our floating consciousness-trusting the dreaming and the painting.
Through memory and representation and visible illusionist environments I traveled with Snow and her works and navigated dreamy, interactive and mystical spaces and through transparent eyeballs I tumbled into nature and myself and back again. I hope you do too.
- Podcast Intro by Ivanna Muse
SUPERNOVA Artist Educator Interview with NYU Professor Snow Yunxue Fu
This interview is part of the Artist Educator Series with the SUPERNOVA Festival, organized and produced by the director Ivar Zeile.
The interview took place in really good timing, as Snow Yunxue Fu is able to reflect at the end of her first year teaching at New York University. She is sharing the experience of teaching new media art as an artist, her art educators' family background, as well as the previous teaching time at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and other institutions.
The interview was recorded on May 16th, and now is also available to be seen on the SUPERNOVA app.
Conjoin (Chapter 3), Solo Online Showing with "…by artists" project on the Arebyte on Screen (AOS)
…by artists is an artist-led curatorial programme, where selected artists present online work and invite their peers to create a succession of content around the yearly theme for a period of two weeks. This strand of AOS aims to create networks between continents of digital artists as the current exhibiting artist is then asked to invite the next artist to participate in the project, keeping the chain going. The digital collage created through the ongoing series will become automatic, exploring various ideas as it develops, and aims to form a conversation between peer groups and acts as a stage for presenting new work by emerging artists.
Conjoin (Chapter 3) Work Description: 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 Artist Interview and Solo Show Virtual Walk Through with Museum of Contemporary Digital Art (MoCDA) on Apple Podcast
The recording of the live Instagram broadcast on Saturday, 3/28 at 2pm New York time of a virtual walk-through of my current solo show, Liminality Liminoid, at Multispace NYC in Manhattan’s Chinatown, in conversation with Serena Tabacchi, curator at MoCDA, Museum of Contemporary Digital Art.
Liminality Liminoid - Opening of New Media Artist Snow Yunxue Fu NYC Solo Show
VIP Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 4th, 2020, 6-9pm
Public Opening Reception: Thursday, March 5th, 2020, 6-9pm
Exhibition Time: March 5th, 2020 - April 30, 2020
Exhibition Address: Multispace NYC
53 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
Snow Yunxue Fu's Artist Profile on CODAME
Snow Yunxue Fu's Work Showing in the 2018 Venice Architectural Biennale
Snow Yunxue Fu Artist Profile with the Current Museum
"Working primarily with Maya and Realflow, Fu’s mesmerizing scenes of intentional abstraction are the result of a translation of fine arts techniques into the intricate lexicon of digital software. As a painter, she was most interested how an artist can work to “conjure something infinite in nature.” Her works are often derivative of her own encounters with natural phenomena, referencing traditional Chinese landscape painting’s push of the pictorial frame into the surrounding environment."
"Side" is now in the collection of the Current Museum.
Snow Yunxue Fu's work in NADA New York /// TRANSFER Download
Snow Yunxue Fu on Sedition
Snow Yunxue Fu's Dreamspace Project
Snow Yunxue Fu Represented by the Carlos Reid Gallery
Snow Yunxue Fu Artwork Collection PDF
LandEscape Art Review Special Issue Artist Interview
Digital Abstraction, written by Rachel Clarke, featuring my work
Otherpeoplespixels Artist Featured Interview
Snow Yunxue Fu Represented by Stella Art
Guangzhou Today's Focus: A Voice Beyong Time, A Conversation with Artist Snow Yunxue Fu
China Public Media Art Publishing: The Chinese Woman Artist Who Came from the Mountains
Snow Yunxue Fu at Yellow Peril Gallery
Snow Yunxue Fu's Solo Show Review on the Boston Globe
Catalog of Tunnel, the Solo Show of Snow Yunxue Fu
DePaul University Asian Artist Oral History Interview
Chinese Women 2015 Video Art Festival Catalog
Atmospheric Animation Class Blog (round 2)
Digital Bodies Class Blog
Atmospheric Animation Class Blog
Atmospheric Animation is an advanced 3D animation class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago taught by Snow Yunxue Fu. It examines the possibilities inherent in current environmental simulation technologies in terms of experimental cinema and contemporary media.
3D Animation: Virtual Envoronment and Game Space Class Blog
Students in this course learn how to create their own worlds by building three dimensional spaces, audio, interactivity, life forms, and/or objects using Maya software. Looking to artists and game designers such as Zeitguised, Jennifer Steinkamp, and Tales of Tales. Students will research how this medium can be used in traditional and non-traditional ways. The course begins with introductory exercises to explore the possibilities in 3D animation, ultimately focusing on the skills necessary to complete individually driven final project(s).
Intro to 3D Animation Class Blog
The 3D Computer Graphics and Animation class is taught by Snow Yunxue Fu at the North Central University in the 2017 winter semester. The blog showcase the students' work development.
Game Design Couse Blog
The course is co-taught by Snow Yunxue Fu and Alfredo Salazar-Caro, TA-ed by Benji Sayed. Students in this course are challenged not only to learn the basic technical skills of game design, using 3D animation/game software such as Maya, Unity, Blender, and Sculptris. Rather, they are asked to think critically about art making using these tools by exploring ideas of interactivity, storytelling, simulation, and social events. Additionally, students focus on creating responsive artworks while analyzing game structures and language to push the idea of what game design is. Looking to artists and game designers such as Eddo Stern, Tale of Tales, and David O’Reilly, students research and explore how this medium can be used in traditional and non-traditional ways.
ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Profile
Faculty Profile on SAIC Website
Saatchi Art Profile
Artist Tumblr Page
Instagram Artist Profile
Artist Vimeo Page