Kengné Téguia (n.1987, France) is an artist based in Paris. First self-taught, he joined the School of Fine Arts in Nantes in 2014, then the National School of Art of Paris-Cergy in 2017. Performer and videographer, his practice - passed to the filter of aesthetics queer, experimental cinema and pop music - reinvested the figure and condition of the cyborg. Kengné Téguia exploits in this double space his body and his deafness, playing and foiling the expectations of the public. This deafness that it exposes is not the point of attachment of a conventional work on the handicap or the accessibility. On the contrary, it is the place of a real method of investigation on the one hand, and of subversion on the other hand, which leads the public to question its own hearing. Incantation, dissonance, the imperceptible are all strategies to increase or blur the reception of works. From then on, the artist's videos and performances give access to a shared space, dreamed, fantasized of our memories, our memory and our imagination.