Binelde Hyrcan is an Angolan multi-disciplinary artist working across painting, sculpture, film, performance and installation. His work often addresses the absurdity represented by political and social customs/attitudes, in particular, critiquing structures of power and human vanity. In his teens, he went to France and it was there that he began his artistic studies. After completing a BA in Nice, he joined the School of Fine Arts in Monaco: Bosio Pavillon. There, he staged a performance, King, that made him the talk of every police station across Monaco and built his first step towards work that ridicules the too-powerful and exposes delusions of grandeur.