Emily Geen works between photography, sculpture, installation, and video and is currently based in Victoria, BC. Her practice investigates the image as an interface for memory, comfort, and control.
Originally from Lake Country, BC, Emily completed her BFA at the University of British Columbia Okanagan (2012), followed by her MFA at the University of Victoria (2015). Her work has recently been exhibited at Gallery 44 (Toronto), Gallery 295 (Vancouver) and in the inaugural Lind Prize Exhibition (Presentation House Gallery - Vancouver). She has participated in residencies at the Banff Centre (2016) and at MOMENTUM Worldwide in Berlin (2017). Emily also teaches photography sessionally at the University of Victoria.