Look Who’s Talking: Elen Braga, Chloë Delanghe, Nokukhanya Langa & Sandrine Morgante (EN)
Four participating artists of Regenerate - Elen Braga, Chloë Delanghe, Nokukhanya Langa & Sandrine Morgante - take you through the group show Regenerate to tell you more about their presented works.
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b.1984, Caxias/MA (BR). Lives in Brussels.
Braga completed a Post Master in Performance at a-pass, advanced performance and scenography studies, Brussels (2017-2018). She participated in residency programs at ISELP, Brussels (2020), Central Saint Martins, London (2017) and AAIR, Antwerp (2016).
Recent exhibitions and performances include: Notes of a Witness, Komplot, Brussels (2021); Zand Erover, Waterworks, CBK Rotterdam (2021); The Brussels Stitch, Biennale d'art contemporain PARTcours/ParKUNST, Park Van Woluwe, Brussels (2021); Elen ou Hubris, Cinquantenaire, Brussels (2020); The Plane/e, Centre Pompidou-Kanal, Brussels (2019); Um novo céu, uma nova terra, performance, SESC, São Paulo (2019); Vroom, Elisabeth park, Brussels (2018). Her work is part of public collections: CCSP - Coleção de Arte da Cidade / Centro Cultural da Cidade de São Paulo / SMC / PMSP; MAG - Museu de Arte de Goiânia; MACS - Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Sorocaba and Praça das Artes.
b.1991, Ostend (BE). Lives in Brussels.
Delanghe obtained her MA in Fine Arts at the Media Arts department of KASK, the Royal Academy of Arts Ghent. She completed her Bachelor in Fine Arts at LUCA School of Arts, Brussels. She has participated in the residency programmes of WIELS (2015), FLACC (Genk, 2017), STRT KIT AAIR, Antwerp (2018); and Tokyo Arts and Space (Tokyo, 2019).
Recent screenings and exhibitions include Open Site, TOKAS Hongo, Tokyo (2020); Unlocked/Reconnected, De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam (2020); Magic and Loss, EMAF European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück (2019); We're This And We're That Aren't We, Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp (2018); Specks of Blue, The Living Room, Antwerp (2018); Coming People, S.M.A.K., Ghent (2016); Seeing in the Dark, CINEMATEK, Brussels (2016); A Cozy Mystery With Bite, Greylight Projects, Brussels (2015); Horror Formalism, InBetween Gallery, Brussels (2015); Echoes, ING Art Centre (2015); Notes on Cinema, Courtisane Festival, Ghent (2015); and in An Evening with Auguste Orts #10, Beursschouwburg, Brussels (2015). Her first book, titled Reasons to Be Cheerful, was published in 2016 by WIELS and Motto Books.
b.1991, Silverspring, Maryland (USA). Lives in Ghent.
Langa received her Master's degree in painting from the Frank Mohr Institute, Groningen (2016-2018) and her bachelor's degree in Studio Art from Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (2017). She is a resident at HISK, Ghent (2020-2021).
Recent (solo) exhibitions include: Baby I'm not even here. I'm a hallucination, Ballon Rouge Collective, Brussels (2021); Future Tense in the Past, Barbé-Urbain, Ghent (2021); 6 Degrees, Liebaert Projects, Kortrijk (2021); Aah-Aah-Way/AAW, Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam (2020); Intoto 6, Fondation Pernod-Ricard, Paris (2018); Fomo, De Nieuwe Kolk, Assen (2017).
b. 1986, Liège (BE). Lives in Ghent & Brussels.
Morgante received her Master's degree in visual arts from ENSAV La Cambre, Brussels in 2009. She is currently in residence at HISK, Ghent (2020-2021) and participated in residency programs at Bel Ordinaire, Pau (2018) and iMAL, Brussels (2016).
Recent exhibitions include: Sonsbeek 20 > 24 Force Times Distance on Labour and its Sonic Ecologies, Arnhem (2021); Art Cares Covid - Inside Out, Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels (2020); Home System, Kamer Negen, Rixensart (2019); Espace Jeune Artistes, Musée de la Voverie, Liege (2017); Foire du Livre, PILEn, Brussels (2017); Guest 6.0, Trefilerie, Brussels (2016); Ciel!, SPACE collection, Liège (2015); Correspondance, L'Iselp, Brussels (2013).