Isaac Zhang is a Chinese London-based artist. He studied BA Literature at Xiamen University and MA Photography at Kingston School of Art, London.
Zhang’s work focuses on the everyday things that surround him which he transforms into intriguing and intensely black-and-white images. His latest work Somniloquence is a journey into uncharted territory, somewhere between the commonplace and the paranormal.
A giant feather mountain, a quartz crystal, a small chapel, and a barrel set on fire… Bridging the fine line between reality and dream, the work creates a portal out of these common surroundings into a darkness-enveloping space, where light slowly penetrates. Somniloquence bears the meaning of sleep-talking, which connotes a reality-blurred dream wherein murmuring and whispering reechoes.
For more information visit Zhang’s instagram.