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Dino Zhang is an artist based in London and Shanghai. Shifting across mediums, his works examine the complexity of Chinese history, culture and contemporary society. By reimagining alternative narrations of historical events, Dino obsesses with building up a personal connection with historical characters. In a research-led practice, he looks for a myriad of insights into the linear but bifurcated entanglement between the memory of the past and the subject gazing into history. Mostly working with sculpture and filmmaking, the artist introduces his methodology of reactivating historical events by deconstructing the meaning of identity in modern-day China. 

Dino received a BA degree in Fine Art (first class) from the Central Saint Martins in 2022 and an MFA degree (distinction) from the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford in 2023. His works have been shown in: Beijing International Short Film Festival; Shanghai International Short Week; Roseberry Road Studios, Bath; MOUart Gallery, Beijing; Gallery 4B103, Shanghai; Chelsea Marquee, London; The Bomb Factory Art Foundation, London; Christ Church College, Oxford.

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