Joseph Kasau (1995) lives and works in the DRC. Videographer, photographer and director, he explores Congolese history and questions the relationship between man and digital tools. His exhibition ReBoot (2022) and his project Quilombo are part of these themes of memory and identity. Trained at the University of Lubumbashi, Master in Science of Information and Communication, specializing in Performing Arts, he received the discovery prize for a short film at the Festival Kidogo Kidogo (2017). 
In 2021, his film "20 Years Old" was screened at the Biennial of Bucaramanga (Colombia), and later in South Africa, the United States and other festivals. His research has taken him to Modzi Art (Zambia) for a residency and to City Salts (Switzerland). Winner of a research grant from the Cité des arts de Paris (2021) with "Ku-Tambuka", he has long worked with Dorine Mokha in the DRC. During the 2019 Biennial "Future Genealogies", Joseph Kasau collaborated with Picha in the editorial team and assisted in the production of Ateliers Picha.