Chloé Galibert-Laîné is a French researcher and filmmaker. She regularly teaches theory classes and artistic workshops about film and media; recently at CalArts (US), Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Marseille (FR), Université Paris 8 (FR), Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL), Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (DE) and Merz Akademie in Stuttgart (DE).
Her work takes different forms (texts, films, video installations and live performances) and explores the intersections between cinema and online media. She is particularly interested in questions related to modes of spectatorship, gestures of appropriation, processes of knowledge production and mediated memory. She has published peer-reviewed articles on these topics in a variety of French and international journals, including Théorème, Iluminace and [inTransition, for which she has also worked as an occasional reviewer. She is a member of the editorial team of the scientific journal Images re-vues, and a co-founder of the artistic research collective “After Social Networks”.
Her films have shown at festivals such as the IFFRotterdam (NL), FIDMarseille (FR), Solothurner Filmtage (CH), Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage (DE), Ji.hlava DFF (CZ), True/False Festival (US), EMAF (DE), transmediale (DE), Ars Electronica Festival (AT) and Côté Court (FR). In 2018 she was granted an “Art of Nonfiction” grant from the Sundance Institute (US).