In this talk Tine Guns will present her research on the relation between cinema and photobooks. She will talk about her own books but also books that inspired her.
Tine Guns (1983) lives and works in Ghent, Belgium. Her video work was screened at festivals like Jean Rouch Festival, Next Festival, TAZ 2011, Ostrale Dresden. She exhibited at Cinematek/BOZAR, Netwerk Aalst, Casino Luxemburg, Brakke Grond Amsterdam, among others. Her photographic work was selected for Voies Off Festival, Salut d’Honneur de Jan Hoet, TIFF-talents 2015. She has self-published several books: Amoureux solitaire (2014), The Diver (2014) and The Collector (2018). In 2015, The Diver was shortlisted as a finalist for the MACK First Book Award. In 2017, she won the Prize Visual Arts East-Flanders. In 2015, she started a PhD on the relationship between Editing in Cinema and Photobooks at Luca School of Arts Gent & KU Leuven.