Yuge Zhou is an artist and graphic designer from Beijing, China, currently living in Chicago, IL. She recently graduated as a MFA student in Visual Communication Design from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and holds a masters degree in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University. Her current practice ranges across video art, photography, curatorship, and graphic design. Zhou's work enhances the dynamics and interplay of the built and natural environment and the mundane details of everyday life. Zhou has exhibited her work nationally and internationally including SIGGRAPH Asia 2015 in Kobe, Japan, New York State Museum, “Abstract Currents” Video Festival at MoMA in NYC, The POWERHOUSE Arena in Brooklyn NY, Chicago Art Department, Angel Orensanz Foundation for Contemporary Art in NYC, West Bund Art Fair in Shanghai China, and Mexican Digital Culture Centre in Mexico City among others.