Tine Guns (1983) lives and works in Ghent, Belgium.
Her videowork was screened at festivals like Jean Rouch Festival, Next Festival, TAZ 2011, Ostrale Dresden. She exhibited at Cinematek/BOZAR, Netwerk Aalst, Brakke Grond Amsterdam, among others. Her photograpic work was selected for Voies Off Festival, International Photography Award Emergentes DST, Braga, , Salut d’Honneur de Jan Hoet, TIFF-talents 2015,
She has self-published two books: Amoureux solitaire (2014), and The Diver (2014). In 2015 ‘The Diver’ was shortlisted as a finalist in the 2015 First Book Awards of MACK
To Each his Own Mask is her first Film.
Tine Guns focuses on the constant metamorphosis that we experience as human beings, and the inability to capture the fleeting reality. The influence of our memory on how we perceive images results in multiple perceptions and interpretations.
She plays with and challenges the parameters of cinema & visual storytelling. Our (collective) Memory & History are a main source of inspiration for Tine Guns so she worked a lot in Archives, personal and collective archives.
In 2015 she started a PhD on the relationship between Editing in Cinema and Photobooks at Luca School of Arts Gent & KU Leuven