Tingfang Zhang is a moving images artist from China. Before studying animation at the Royal College of Art, she graduated with a BA (Hons) in Graphic and Media Design from London College of Communication, where she developed an interest in moving images.
Tingfang Zhang is always hungry for new ways of approaches and storytelling; therefore, she embraces different projects in various platforms and materials.
In her works, Tingfang engages with social subjects and personal perspectives. She is excited to explore the relationship between moving images and narratives within the interactive media field. She is adept at learning and mastering new technology, with experience across a range of technologies and platforms from traditional animation to gaming and virtual reality.
Her current goal is to create new experiences with moving images and work with new technologies with the aim of creating a positive impact through her creative expression.
Guo Guo (Brother) is an animated short film about children's mental health. A boy under his father's high expectations. Dominant father, silent mother, naive sister. He became anxious and depressed. To meet his father's expectations, he duplicated more and more himself for being a ‘perfect' kid. Gradually, he became transparent in the family. An invisible ghost.