Romane Iskaria


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Romane Iskaria (La Ciotat, 1997) lives and works in Brussels. She holds a DNA (National Diploma of Plastic Arts) from the Fine Arts of Marseille (INSEAMM) and a Master's degree in photography from ENSAV La Cambre in Brussels.

Romane's approach to photography is both documentary and conceptual. She works on long-term photographic investigations, in order to highlight the voices of forgotten people and tell their stories. His artistic work is mainly based on the quest for origins linked to a disappeared territory. Romane collects memories and evokes imaginations through photography, video, text and sound to create collective memory installations. Recently, Romane's work has taken the form of video and sculptural installations pushing her reflection around an initiatory journey evoking the memory of the diaspora.

His work has been exhibited in collective and personal exhibitions in France and abroad: Festival Circulation Cent-Quatre in Paris, Bps22 Charleroi, Arles France, Open Art Today Face B Sablon for Art-Brussel-off in Brussels, Washington USA , Consulate of France in Armenia, Hangar Art Center in Brussels, Tick-Tack gallery in Antwerp. His work has recently been published in Polka-Magazine, Fisheye, Art Viewer, Scandal Project. Romane was selected for the Polka Magazine & Kickstarter call for projects for the creation and support of an artist's book for the book Assyrians, produced in self-publishing, the latter was the winner of the Belgian Photo Books selection shown at the Rencontres d'Arles in France in July 2022.

Beeldhouwkunst Digitale kunst Film Fotografie Installatiekunst Mixed media Tekenkunst Textiel
Assyriens - le livre - Romane Iskaria
Romane Iskaria studio
Jaré - installation - Romane Iskaria
Hasel - vidéo - Romane Iskaria
Jaré - vidéo d'installation - Romane Iskaria

Romane Iskaria

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