Emily DiCarlo is an interdisciplinary artist living in Tkaronto/Toronto. Her research-based practice focuses on temporality as the subject, medium, and method to articulate aspects of the human condition and reclaim time in chronopolitical acts. Through a romantic conceptualist lens, her pseudo-scientific methodology employs video, installation, performance and text to create often collaborative, site-specific projects. She is currently pursuing her Master of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto and is the 2019-2020 recipient of the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Scholarship.

Photo Credit:  Maya Fuhr

Photo Credit: Maya Fuhr