Vincent Meessen

Vincent MEESSEN (1971, USA) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. In his artistic work including moving images, he decenters and multiplies gazes and perspectives to explore  the variety of ways in which colonial modernity has impacted the fabric of contemporary subjectivities. He has presented films and artworks in festivals and artistic institutions around the world, including recent solo shows at The Power Plant, Toronto and Centre Pompidou, Paris, and he has participated in the Chicago, Lubumbashi, Venice, Shanghai, and Taipei biennials,  among other exhibitions. Meessen was the recipient of an Ammodo Tiger Award at IFFR in 2018 with Ultramarine. He is a member of Jubilee, a platform for artistic research and production.


(all short) Issaka's (2004), The Intruder (2005), N12°13.062'/ W 001°32.619' Extended (2005), Les sociétaires (2006), Made in Belgium (2006), The Invisibles' Parliament (2006), The Residents (2006), A Broken Rule (2007), Clinamen Cinema (2011), One.Two.Three (2015), Ultramarine (2018), Quelle que soit la longueur de la nuit (2020), Juste un mouvement (2021)