CHLOE DELANGHE (b.1991, Ostend) is a visual artist working mainly with photography and moving image who lives and works in Brussels. Her work mainly focusses on memory and domestic life told through various modes of storytelling. 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.
Delanghe is currently working on a new moving image work titled Minnebrieven (Love Letters) which was shot in Japan in 2019 during a residency at Tokyo Arts and Space. She is also developing a mid-length film, Interior Notes, which received scriptwriting support from Flanders Audiovisual Fund.
Her first book, titled Reasons to Be Cheerful, was published in 2016 by WIELS and Motto Books. She has participated in the residency programmes of WIELS (Brussels, 2015), FLACC (Genk, 2017), STRT Kit (Antwerp, 2018) and Tokyo Arts and Space (Tokyo, 2019).
Recent screenings and exhibitions include EMAF European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück (Magic and Loss, 2019); Extracity Kunsthal, Antwerp (We’re This And We’re That Aren’t We 2018); The Living Room, Antwerp (Specks of Blue, 2018); WIELS Projectroom, Brussels (Minnebrieven 2016); S.M.A.K.,Ghent (Coming People, 2016); CINEMATEK, Brussels (Seeing in the Dark, 2016); Greylight Projects, Brussels (A Cozy Mystery With Bite, 2015 curated by Niels Poiz & Astrid Mingels); InBetween Gallery, Brussels (Horror Formalism, 2015); ING Art Centre (Echoes, 2015); Courtisane Festival, Ghent (Notes on Cinema, 2015); and the Beursschouwburg, Brussels (An Evening with Auguste Orts #10, 2015).