1956 | Qingdao · China
Ying Tan is an associate professor in digital art at University of Oregon. Tan’s creative practice, both as an artist and designer, has resulted in a range of work that includes film, video, animation, digital imaging, landscape painting, and communication design.
Her work has been exhibited or screened nationally and internationally at venues such as the International Image Festival (Manizales, Colombia); XXX Fuori Festival (Pesaro, Italy); Punto y Raya Festival (Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Spain); CYNETart_ (Dresden, Germany); Mediarama (Serville, Spain); 46th Sydney Film Festival (Australia); Transmediale (Berlin, Germany); Dream Centenary Computer Graphics Grand Prix (Japan); KINETICA at Cinematheque (Ontario, Canada), and The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC).; SIGGRAPH Electronic Theater (San Antonio and LosAngless).
Tan’s awards and honors include the Best of 25th Northwest Film and Video Festival, the 25th Northwest Film and Video Festival Production Service Award, Frank H. Netter Award, and the China National Book Art Exhibition Second Place. Her work is featured in Matt Woolman’s book SEEING SOUND: Experimentation in Contemporary Music Graphics.
Lives in Portland·OR, United States.