Rebecca Ruige Xu currently teaches electronic arts and animation as an Associate Professor at Syracuse University. She 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. She also studied Cinematography at Beijing Film Academy. She has worked professionally in the fields of computer animation, film special effects, digital imaging, web design and user interface design in China and the United States.
Her artwork and research interests include experimental animation, visual music, artistic data visualization, interactive installations and virtual reality. Her recent work has been appeared at: InsideOut Video Art – Audiovisions from the East, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy; SIGGRAPH 2013 Art Gallery, Anaheim, CA; Time Loops: Meaning in Motion, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA; Magmart International Videoart Festival, Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, Naples, Italy; FILE 2013 – Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Techfest 2013, Technical Arts Exhibition, IIT Bombay, India; Colloquium culture and digitization, L’arc Romainmotier, Switzerland; CYNETart, Dresden, Germany; International Digital Art Exhibition, GuiYang, China; Huddersfield Festival, West Yorkshire, UK; Boston Cyberarts Festival, Boston, MA; Central Cinema, Seattle, WA, USA.