Charline Dally is an artist based between Lille (France) and the unceded territories of Montréal/Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang. She is currently studying at Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains, following a training in visual arts at UQAM
(Montreal), as well as in self-hypnosis as a creative tool at creative tool at the Gaïté Lyrique. Her practice investigates perceptual thresholds, subtle shades of light and color, as well as in those bodies and voices that dwell at the limits of the visible. Using the qualities specific to video medium, writing, and painting, she aims to soften the limits of the gaze to make it evolve beyond the surface that holds it. Her work has been presented at MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto), Place des Arts (Montreal), MUTEK (Montréal et Buenos Aires+Barcelone), MEM (Bilbao), OMAF (Séoul), Noviembre Electrónico (Buenos Aires), and Les Abattoirs
- FRAC Occitanie (Toulouse). She has realized artistic residencies at Signal Culture (Owego, NY), Eastern Bloc (Montreal), and SAT - Société des Arts Technologiques (Montreal).