Miss ZHANG Zimu (張子木)
Zimu Zhang is a researcher and moving image practitioner. She is currently conducting her PhD research at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. She is one of the awarded researchers of the 2022 Landhaus fellowship at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society. Her research focuses on the conjunction of visual culture, society of control and the Anthropocene. She is also active in filmmaking, curating and socially engaged art practices. Her films and art projects have been featured in international film festivals and art events including European Media Art Festival, Doclisboa, Visible Evidence, Video Vortex, China Independent Film Festival, etc. She has curated screening programs for Singapore International film festival, Inner Mongolian Film Week and Arkipel Documentary and Experimental Film Festival (2016) as the selected Asian Young Curator. She was also an alumnus of Berlinale Talent Campus (2016). Starting in 2021, she co-curates a screening project “Black Tent Theatre” with curator Zhang Hanlu to feature multicultural and ecological films in the Guangdong Times Museum.