Bingxin Feng is a Chinese born, London based digital artist and filmmaker. Her practice takes form through moving images, filmmaking, photography, and interactive experience design. She is interested in the effect of digital images on the experience of humanity, as well as the relationships between the body, cognition and engagement.Locked Pro Plan feature
As part of the National Gallery X The National Film & Television School collaborated one-day Creative Hack Event. Working with NG curation and data management staffs and students from NFTS, rapidly shared, prototyped and presented ideas for experimental, digital, and engaging audience gallery experience.
As part of the creative technology studio Random Quark's "Stroboscopic".
My roles included the design of still and moving images contents for the SHOWstudio website and social media platforms, News letters layout for Machine-A, title cards design and grading for the studio film projects, as well as live-streamed videography for fashion week panels and the studio shooting "Squidge: Maison Margiela".
Assisted in the gallery exhibitions curation including the material research and preparation for artists, and exhibition space modeling.
Computational Arts (Distinction)
London College of Communication, Graphic and Media Design