Born in Brussels in 1988, he lives and works in Brussels (Belgium).
Initially driven by his cinephilia, Antone Israel joined at the age of 17 the collective «Les films à Rayures», a collective of variable geometry shooting exclusively in super 8 with which he made several short films and a medium-length film, and for which he will occupy the role of projectionist during performances, halfway between happening and cinema.
Gradually abandoning a purely cinematographic practice for a plastic practice, Antone Israel reintegrates conceptual, narrative and formal issues resulting and codified by cinema in sculptural and installation devices.
After a stint at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, a few exhibitions, a curatorial position at the ASBL Project(ion) Room and much diverse and varied work, he now devotes himself exclusively to his focus as a visual artist. artist exploring through installation, video, film and writing, the conceptual corollaries of the moving image and its various perceptual constructions/deconstructions.