Curated by Emilie Croning
The works selected visually explore gestures of absence and presence through photography and/or digital manipulation.
Emilie Croning is a Toronto-based independent curator, visual artist, and scholar. Her work explores notions around identity and representation through visual language, working at the intersections of feminist theories, post-colonialism, and art history.
She received her BFA in Art History & Studio Art from Concordia University (Montréal) and a MA in Art History with a Curatorial Studies in Visual Culture Diploma from York University (Toronto). She is currently a Collection Manager for the Wedge Collection, a Project Coordinator at Wedge Curatorial Projects, and Program Assistant at Critical Distance Centre for Curators.