At the age of five, Yuge Zhou 周雨歌 became a household name in China as the singer for 'Little Dragon Boy (小龙人)', one of the most popular children’s series in Chinese TV history. Yuge studied drawing under Chinese contemporary painter Kaixi Cui 崔开玺 and eventually moved into Video Art after earning her Master of Fine Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Yuge currently lives and practices in Chicago, IL, creating video collages and immersive sculptural video installation utilizing projection mapping technology. She also directs and curates the 3300-square foot 150 Media Stream, the largest new media and video art installation in Chicago (due to launch in 2017). In addition to her MFA, Yuge holds a masters degree in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University.



  • Elmhurst Art Museum —Yuge Zhou has an upcoming exhibition at Elmhurst Art Museum, IL; Open from Dec. 10, 2016 - Feb. 12, 2017
  • Ann Arbor Art Center —Yuge Zhou is the juror award winner of the 94th Annual Exhibition; More info here
  • Athens Institute for Contemporary Art Yuge Zhou's new video work "Green Play" is currently on view at Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, GA; More info here
  • The 2016 iDEAS exhibition — Yuge Zhou exhibited two of her recent projects and gave an artist talk at the 14th International Digital Media and Arts Association conference at Winona State University, MN; The exhibition was curated by a panel of nine jurors, including the highly respected, Christiane Paul and Dene Grigar. More info here