Ken Are Bongo

2022 Program Artist

Ken Are Bongo is a film director, cinematographer, and editor. He comes from a Sámi village Guovdageaidnu and graduated from Nordland Art and Film School in Kabelvåg. He has been working in film and TV since 2006, and recently produced the short fictional film Wolf in 2018 which premiered at the Reykjavík International Film Festival. Other credits include Hvem ringer? (TV Mini-Series) (1 episode), 2020; Ara Marumaru (Short) 2018; and Biegga savkala duoddariid duohken lea soames (Short), 2007.


Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV: Ravine Screenings

On Sunday, May 15, the Biennial will host an outdoor screening of 3 episodes of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV in the outdoor courtyard of 72 Perth Ave, beginning just before dusk at 8:30 pm. Toronto’s ravine system is both location and subject for Joar Nango and Ken Are Bongo’s new artwork, jointly commissioned and presented by AGYU, […]



“Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV” Episode 6 Screening

Join us for a special screening of Joar Nango and Ken Are Bongo’s Episode 6 of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV. The screening will be followed by a conversation led by Toronto Biennial of Art Senior Curator Candice Hopkins and special guests.  June 2nd in the lobby of MOCA Toronto. Free screening begins at 4:30pm with conversation to follow.  Toronto’s […]