Max Ferguson is a video artist from Hong Kong who works primarily with stop-motion and cut-out non-narrative animation films. Her work walks the line between the private and public worlds, thus creating a unique cinema viewing experience that opens new relationships between the screen and the audience. Ferguson’s most recent film, You Are the Truck and I Am the Deer, is an experimental short film experience that explores emotional pain. Ferguson uses and manipulates the form of short non-narrative film in order to offer an emotionally immersive viewing experience. Like all of her audiovisual work, the film blends poetic text and personal experience to create a physical and pulsing presence that represents a dark and unsettling image of femininity. Ferguson’s audiovisual work has been developed for the traditional cinema screen as well as physical exhibition spaces, thus offering her audience different ways to enter her unique personal universe. Her films primarily explore womanhood, cultural and personal identity, and private/public experience. In her research, she focuses on women-led or feminist independent animation. More specifically, for her research thesis, she situated the work of three women animators within the landscape of feminist art movement of the 60s and 70s. Ferguson is a recent graduate from the Master's programme of Audiovisual Arts Animation at LUCA School of Arts in Brussels, Belgium. Before her turn toward animation, Ferguson received a Bachelor’s degree in Visual and cultural Media with a focus in Film Studies from the University of Oklahoma in the U.S.A. Alongside her artistic practice, she is hoping to pursue a career in curating in order to enhance and support the audiovisual arts landscape in Belgium.