Hamedine Kane - Kauno Bienalė

Hamedine Kane


Hamedine Kane is a Senegalese and Mauritanian artist and filmmaker, living between Brussels and Paris. His work focuses on exile, wandering, heritage and the awareness and awareness arising from the post-independence political experiences of certain of certain African countries. It questions their recent history, particularly that of Senegal Senegal’s, and reflects on its upheavals and aspirations, around notions of notions of Afro-nostalgia and Afro-utopia. Hamedine is also interested in the influence of African, African-American and Afro-diasporic literature on political social and environmental commitments. He co-initiated the collaborative School of Mutants collaborative platform in Dakar in 2018. His work has been exhibited at biennials, museums, festivals and fairs, including: Palais de Tokyo, Center Pompidou; 12th Berlin Biennale; 14th Dakar Biennale; RAW Material Company Selebe Yoon in Dakar; 12th Taipei Biennale; 7th Oslo Triennale; Le Lieu Unique, Nantes; Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam; Sheffield DocFest, IDFA Amsterdam. He is a resident at the Villa Medici 2023/2024 in Rome.