Zeng Wanqiu is a Chinese artist and documentary director who originally from Wenzhou and currently living in Hong Kong. She completed Master of Arts in Chinese Linguistics from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2014 and now studying MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise in UAL.
With a practice in experimental photography, Zeng's work melds traditional oriental aesthetics with western art techniques in a growing modern context. Deeply rooted in his personal history, Wanqiu Zeng's work focuses on self-identity, cultural memory, and the sense of belonging.
Inspired by Buddhism, Neo-Confucianism and Western philosophy, Zeng's works meld traditional oriental aesthetics with Western Art techniques in a growing modern context. Her works focus on self-identity, cultural memory, and the sense of belonging. She worked in documentation throughout Asia, particularly in music festivals.
In 2017, she awarded the LGBT Documentary "Still Silence" funded by the Hong Kong Documentary Initiative Grant.
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