Oneness Zeng: Agantu-klesa – The Future of Nostalgia
Zeng has worked on documentaries throughout Asia, her LGBT documentary Still Silence won the Hong Kong Documentary Initiative Grant in 2017. She also held a solo exhibition this year at Gallery Conceal in Tokyo.
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I focus on the interpretation of memory, observing its properties concerning my self- reflection of repeatedly uprooting from home. By dissecting its multi-faceted layers and stripping away the confinement of time, I try to capture the sentiments of longing and drifting by portraying static images in a fluid state.
The series of prints presented are inspired by pivotal moments in my life. Operating between painting and photography, the dim, dreamlike qualities in my works induces a feeling of transmutation and haze. The viewers are invited to immerse themselves and recall their own pasts.