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; More info soon
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