Franck Moka (1989 Kisangani) lives and works in Kisangani. Composer, sound artist, media artist and filmmaker. He began as a rap artist and later on started to compose music for other artists as well. He has collaborated with artists such as Dorine Mokha, Faustin Linyekula and Nelson Makengo. Associate artist at Kabako Studios, where authored with Faustin Linyekula the soundtrack and video of the performance "My Body, my Archives" at the Tate Modern Museum. He also authored music and video of "Entre-Deux: Testament" by Dorine Mokha, with whom he co-directs the Art’gument project. In addition to his work as a composer and sound designer, Moka writes and directs films. He is a winner of Africalia’s Creativity is Life grant and is one of the very few experimental multimedia artist in Democratic Republic of Congo.