Lot 88 - Zongbo Jiang - Shared Planet

Lot 88 - Zongbo Jiang - Shared Planet

Giclée Print on Hahnemühle German Etching

2022

A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Jiang is a visual artist based in London. With a background in Graphic and Digital Fashion design, his design philosophy has always been true to sculpting a narrative. He observes the collisions between aspects of daily life, focusing on social and environmental issues. His work centers around creating digital characters, which often take strange and comedic forms. These characters are placed in virtually crafted spaces to solidify the narrative he creates to share the concepts he is portraying. 

 

Education 

 

MA Fashion Royal College of Art 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

2022 Exhibited Metaverse Fashion Week, Decentraland (e.ternityofficial x immersivekind) 
 
2022 Exhibited Expo2020Dubai, UK pavilion(Shaping Futures: Design-Led Innovation) 
 
2022 Solo Exhibition 'Shared Planet' at the Bomb Factory South Gallery, London. 
 
2021 Exhibited Circa x Dazed Class of 2021 in the London’s Piccadilly Circus, K-Pop Square in Seoul, and Shinjuku in Tokyo.  
 
2021 Exhibited GREEN GRADS in the Samsung KX experience space,London 
 
2021 “Circa x Dazed” Filmmakers Finalist 
2021 “SHOWstudio” FASHION DESIGN UK Shortlisted 
 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

Shared Planet captures a glimpse of the moment in time when the world came to a standstill for humans during lockdown and the environment and wildlife began to thrive. Influenced by the documentary ‘The Year Earth Changed’ the work explores nature’s response to the low human activity during the global lockdown. Looking at wildlife, noise pollution, air and water quality the work acts as ‘visual activism’ to explore global warming, reflecting data and research to share the issues in an alternative form. Furthermore, seeking to open a conversation about how we can identify more harmonious ways for humans and wildlife to co-exist and how this can have a profound impact on nature and give us hope for the future of our planet. 

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