Han Zang is an artist, who creates textile art and installations, working in a mix of media: fabric, ready-made, photography and moving images. She usually situates handmade textile pieces with the practice of photography and film. Haunted by her working experience in urban architecture in China, her work constructs a psychogeography of her experiences in a violently shifting urban landscape.
Her work sometimes exudes an air of temporality and poetry, while being full of curious imagery. Sometimes it is the dandelion embraced tightly on the cotton pants passing by the field, sometimes it is the traces of needle and thread shuttling on the fabric and paper, sometimes it is the story of long-ago memories merging with dreams
She focuses on combining photography with textiles, and more specifically, on using the language of textiles to translate and express a critique and desire for the images in my own eyes.