Hanwen Zhang is an artist and filmmaker based in Changchun and Shanghai. He received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts and is the recipient of the SAH Award for Film and Video. He has participated in the Fosun Foundation Art Residency (Shanghai), BRIClab Video Art Residency (New York), UnionDocs Summer Documentary Lab (New York), and VSC Artist-in-Residency (Vermont). His work has been exhibited or screened at Power Station of Art, OCAT Institute, SVA Theater, Aotu Space, CACHE Space, BBC LongShots, and other places or film festivals.

Zhang’s practice is based on photography and video/film and from where extending to sounds, installations, writings, and socially engaging activities, with a focus on the media characteristic, technological trajectory, and physical existence of still and moving images as well as their entanglements with ideology and mundanity. Derived from artistic research and field studies, his work intends to explore a broad spectrum of subject matters in local, transnational, historical, and critical contexts, spanning from individual living conditions, stories, love, and memory, to collective archive, narrative, trauma, and identities.

张瀚文是一名影像艺术家和研究者,现生活工作于长春和上海两地。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,参与过由 Vermont Studio Center、BRIC、UnionDocs、复星艺术中心、A8设计中心等机构或团体组织的艺术家驻留项目。