Alain Della Negra was born in France in 1975. He met Kaori Kinoshita, born in Tokyo in 1970, at Fresnoy and began a collaboration that has continued for over a decade, featuring a mix of video and cinema exhibitions: their work, blurring the boundary between documentary and fiction, questions virtual identity through areas such as digital communities, and takes on new developments (video games, roleplaying games, the internet) as a response to contemporary solitude.
Their first feature-length work, The Cat, the Reverend and the Slave, was released in France in 2010.
They participated in exhibitions (City of Paris Museum of Modern Art, Centre Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, etc.) whilst carrying on with their work, releasing the film “Bonheur Académie” in 2016, filmed during the Raëlien summer school in Croatia.
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Alain Della Negra et Kaori Kinoshita at the Strasbourg Biennale
- 1 work presented
- Venue : Hôtel des Postes