Yuge Zhou is a Chinese born, Chicago-based artist whose video and installation works explore urban environments as they are inhabited with the collective rhythms and patterns of human activities.  


  • To afar the water flows at Olbrich Botanical Gardens (WI) as part of the GLEAM festival; Aug. 24 — Oct. 26, 2019; Watch the documentation here

  • The Magic Hour (Winter) at the K Museum of Contemporary Art (Seoul, South Korea); on view until Oct. 6, 2019

  • Green Play on the 28 foot video wall in the historic Los Angeles Public Library (Tom Bradley Wing); on view until Dec. 31, 2019

  • Artist talk at London Festival of Architecture conference organized by Zaha Hadid Architects and Museum of Architecture; More info here

  • “Moving Space” two-person exhibition at Kunstraum Claudia Delank (Berlin, Germany); Apr. 26 —June 7, 2019

  • '‘On Voyeurism, Plot and the Art of Yuge Zhou'‘, a featured article on Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art; Read it here

  • Solo exhibition Fragments of Places at the Dairy Arts Center (CO); Aug. 24—Oct. 7, 2018; Watch the exhibition documentation here