Jing Zhou is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, developer, and educator in the U.S. Her award winning work has been shown and collected internationally including: Triennale Design Museum, Milan; British Computer Society, London; Asian Cultural Center, Manhattan; SIGGRAPH Art Gallery; ISEA; IEEE; CAA; Les Abattoirs Museum, France; Mons Memorial Museum, Belgium; Royal Institution of Australia; Athens Digital Art Festival, Greece; New York Hall of Science; Danish Poster Museum; GAMeC Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, Italy; Film Festival ZOOM—ZBLIZENIA, Poland; Taksim Republic Art Gallery, Istanbul; FILE, Sao Paulo; Sardinia Film Festival, Italy; Visual Information Design Assn. of Korea; Goethe Institute Alexandria, Egypt; Yale University; Stanford University; Brown University; ArtCenter College of Design; Aalto University Design Factory, Finland; Hungarian Electrographic Art Assn., Budapest; Prix de la Photographie Paris Awards; public collection of the WRO Media Art Center, Poland; Waikato Museum, New Zealand; Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic; Museum of the Living Artist, San Diego; and the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco.
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