Hanwen Zhang is an artist and filmmaker currently based in Berlin. He holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York and was the recipient of the SAH Award for Film and Video 2020. He has participated in various artist-in-residencies and fellowship programs including the Braunschweig Projects in Braunschweig, the Oberhausen Seminar in Oberhausen, the Fosun Foundation Art Residency in Shanghai, the BRIClab Video Art Residency in New York, the VSC Artist-in-Residency in Vermont, etc. His work has been exhibited and screened at venues such as the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, the OCAT Institute in Beijing, BY ART MATTERS in Hangzhou, the CACHE Space in Beijing, as well as at film festivals including the Beijing International Short Film Festival and BBC LongShots.

Zhang’s artistic practice revolves around capturing photographs, videos, and films, employing documentary as a narrative and self-reflective device. His work encompasses various mediums such as sound, installations, and writings. Drawing from artistic research and field studies, he examines landscapes, infrastructures, and mundane activities through images and texts, weaving them within a network of local, transnational, historical, and ideological contexts. Throughout this process, Zhang reflects on subject matters spanning from individual existence, (hi)stories, love, and memory, to collective archives, narratives, trauma, and identities, as well as their entanglements with the technological trajectory and physical existence of the image-based media. 

张瀚文是一名影像艺术家和研究者,现生活工作于柏林。他本科毕业于清华大学,2019 年于纽约视觉艺术学院获得摄影方向艺术硕士学位。他曾获得 SAH Award for Film and Video 2020,参与过由不伦瑞克艺术大学、奥伯豪森电影节、东莞燕岭园、成都A8设计中心、上海复星艺术中心、纽约BRIC、纽约UnionDocs、Vermont Studio Center等机构或团体组织的艺术家驻留或奖学金项目。他的作品曾在包括上海当代艺术博物馆、北京缓存空间、杭州天目里美术馆等地展出,也曾在北京国际短片联展、BBC LongShots等电影节放映。