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Manon de Boer examines the relationship between language, time and truth claims. Her portrait films, which tell the story of icons such as Sylvia Kristel and Suely Rolnik, are subtle contemplations about the subjects of memory and history. De Boer shows a very conscious attitude towards the medium film itself. Via her challenging use of image and sound, de Boer seeks to disrupt the (often unconscious) habits that accompany our viewing of film.
A regular guest to international group shows and (film)festivals, her film and video work has been receiving widespread, critical appraisal.
Manon de Boer currently teaches at KASK, Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent and lives and works in Brussels.