Chloë Delanghe

chloe@elephy.org

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CHLOE DELANGHE (b.1991, Ostend) lives and works in Brussels. Delanghe’s practice as a visual artist in focused mainly on producing moving image and photographic work. Her works are shaped by interests in memory, domestic life and portraiture. 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 her first solo exhibition in The Netherlands at De Brakke Grond in Amsterdam. The exhibition titled Famyly is curated by Samuel Saelemakers. She is also developing a mid-length film, Hexham Heads in collaboration with Mattijs Driesen, which received in-kind support from ARGOS through the ARGOS 2020 open call.

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 TOKAS Hongo, Tokyo (OPEN SITE, 2020); De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam (Unlocked/Reconnected, 2020); SIZE Matters, Vienna (elephy, 2019); 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).

Delanghe has taken part in various residency programmes, WIELS, Brussels (2015); FLACC, Genk (2017); STRT KIT AAIR, Antwerp (2018); Tokyo Arts and Space, Tokyo (2019).