Amy Dang
Film editor based in London
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With a particular interest in creating site-specific experiences through moving image (film, animation) and sound, her work often investigates the complexity of the human psyche, self-identity, and the various forms of communications we shape with the nature and technology.

In 2017, She co-founded SYNTREX, a multimedia collective with an aim to merge choreography, experimental sound and moving image – creating performances expressing the three artistic languages with one voice. The collective has since performed in various venues such as the Pickle Factory and the Silver Building.

Amy graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2016 and completed an MA in Ethnographic and Documentary Films at University College London.

She works as a freelance editor, and is very much enjoying it.

Exhibitions & AV Shows

BAESIANZ - NO ROOM LEFT in the MARGINS, The Bomb Factory Art Foundation, July 2021
SYNTREX: Some Silver Burns, The Place, London, 21 Feb 2020
Age/less, RHACC Theatre, London, Nov 2019
SYNTREX: PLACES // 2, The Silver Building, London, Sep 2019
RESOLTUION × AMOENUS, The Aures, London, July 2019
Ricochet #2, Hackney E2 9HE, Nov 2018
SYNTREX: PLACES, The Pickle Factory, London, Jan 2018
Abeerance #10, Southwark Platform
Walk Forward Presented by Theatre Machine, Rolling Bay Hall, Bainbridge Island, Washington
Ecological Conscious, Farmopolis, London, Nov 2016
Curious Festival Barbican, Rose Lipman Building, London, 2016
Metronomy × Central Saint Martins, SONOS Studio, London, 2016
London Contemporary Dance School × Central Saint Martins Screen Dance, The Place, London, 2015
INOUT Show, Cre8 Studio, Hackney Wick, 2015
Elaborate Exhibition, Lethaby Gallery, London, 2015

Festivals & Press

All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Girls In Film, 2019
Festival of Recorded Movement (F–O–R–M), Canada, 2017
South London Shorts, Spring Edition, London, 2016
Roberts-Wood LFW Film, 1 Granary, 2016
Fashion Film Festival Milano, Italy, 2015
TripSpace Project, Cine15, London, 2015