Rebecca Ruige Xu

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  • ISEA2016
    I currently teach computer art and animation as an Associate Professor in College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. I received a M.F.A. in Computer Graphics from Syracuse University in New York; and a B.S. in Industrial Design from Beijing Institute of Technology, China. I also studied Cinematography at Beijing Film Academy. I have worked professionally in the fields of computer animation, film special effects, web design and user interface design in China and the United States.

    My artwork and research interests include experimental animation, visual music, artistic data visualization, interactive installations and virtual reality. My recent work has been appeared at: ISEA Juried Exhibition; Ars Electronica Animation Festival; Theatre and New Media, Bergamo, Italy; Colloquium culture and digitization, L’arc Romainmotier, Switzerland; SIGGRAPH 09 Art Gallery, Information Aesthetics Showcase, New Orleans, LA; SIGGRAPH 07 Art Gallery, San Diego, CA; Digital Eyes: New Esthetic Dimensions in Computer Visulization Technology, Los Angeles, CA; 16th Annual Women in the Arts Exhibition, Clumbia, MO; 25th Annual Olympia Film Festival, Olympia, WA; CYNETart, Dresden, Germany; FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil; International Digital Art Exhibition, GuiYang, China; Huddersfield Festival, West Yorkshire, UK; 10th International Video Festival Videomedeja, Novi Sad, Serbia; Venezuelan Society of Contemporary Music VM screening, Bolívar, Venezuela; Ladyfest Leeds festival, Leeds, UK; 00130Gallery Video Art Project, Helsinki, Finland; Addictive TV Best of 2006 Edition, Independent Exposure, San Francisco, CA; MAKOR, New York, NY; Boston Cyberarts Festival, Boston, MA; Central Cinema, Seattle, WA; The 5th International Xperimental Film Festival, Lefkosia, Cyprus; The 20th Annual Conference of Society of Literature, Science and Art. New York, NY.


Last Known Location:

  • Syracruse, New York, United States of America

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