Stéphanie Roland is a Belgian/Micronesian visual artist and filmmaker. Working between the documentary and the imaginary, Stéphanie Roland makes films and installations that explore invisible structures, hyperobjects and deep time, from the ecological and political to the geological and cosmic.

After graduating from La Cambre and taking Hito Steyerl’s class at Berlin’s UDK, she pursued post-graduate studies at Fischer Boel.
post-graduate studies at Le Fresnoy - Studio National. Her work is regularly shown internationally, and her projects have been included in exhibitions at major institutions such as the Musée du Louvre, the Benaki Museum, Botanique, the Kampala International Art Biennale, Bozar and Wiels. Breda Photo, Belfast Photo festival, Encontros da Imagem, BIP Liège, MOPLA Los Angeles and Unseen are among the festivals dedicated to photography in which she has participated. In 2017, she was selected for the Antarctic Pavilion group exhibition at the 57th Venice Biennale.

Her films have been screened at international festivals such as FID Marseille, Visions du Réel, ZINEBI, FEST New Directors / New Films and Rencontres Internationales Paris / Berlin, among others.
Her second short film, Podesta Island, won the Alice Guy prize at FID Marseille.