Vincent Meessen

Vincent MEESSEN (1971, USA) studied journalism and cultural policies and completed his postgraduate studies at the HISK (Higher Institute for Fine Arts) in Antwerp. He is now based in Brussels. In his internationally exhibited work, he explores a multitude of media, including photography and film, to reflect on disputed spaces and territorial issues. Meessen received the Grand Prize of the City of Oberhausen for N12°13.062'/W001°32.619' Extended (2005). His short documentary One.Two.Three was nominated for the Tiger Shorts Awards at IFFR 2016. He returns to the competition three years later with the world premiere of Ultramarine (2019).


(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 (2016, doc), Juste un movement (2018), Ultramarine (2019)