Meizi Zhang is a graphic designer, a poet of visual poetry and also a teaching assistant in the Northeastern University. She graduated from Northeastern University China as a graphic design major in 2012 and in the same year, she was accepted to Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London as a visual communication major to pursue postgraduate education. Meizi Zhang is passionate about graphic design, typographic design, and research on visual language in visual poetry. In her studies at UAL, Meizi discovered concrete poetry and fell in love with the art form. In 2015, she returned to the UK to pursue a PhD in Cambridge School of Art under the supervision of Professor Will Hill, exploring the different meanings and poetic expression of concrete poetry in different eras. Through her research, Meizi hopes to introduce the art form to China.
BA Graphic Design/ Northeastern University China
MA Graphic Design and Visual Communication / University of Arts London (Chlesea)
PhD( in progress) Cambridge School of Art
Typography, Concrete Poetry, Digital Poetic
Sep,2013,London,Group Exhibition “Dot the I’s and Cross the T’s”
July,2016,Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, Group Exhibition “Theory : Practioce”