Emily Francisco is a sculptress utilizing signal flow and discarded instruments as medium. Born in Honolulu, raised in the lead belt, educated in Saint Louis and the District of Columbia - she has exhibited work internationally and occasionally performs around Washington DC. Emily has exhibited with Gallery Neptune & Brown (DC), Transformer (DC), The Fridge (DC), Flashpoint (DC), The Cecille R. Hunt Gallery (Saint Louis, MO), Artisphere (Arlington, VA), Area 405 (Baltimore, MD), Vilnius Academy of Arts (Vilnius, Lithuania), GlogauAIR Project Space (Berlin, Germany), Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts (Saint Louis, MO), The Goethe-Institut (DC), The Kennedy Center Hall of Nations (DC), and The Smithsonian’s S. Dillon Ripley Center (DC). Her work has been reviewed in The Washington Post and Hyperallergic. Emily currently maintains her studio at STABLE Arts and works at a museum to support her kid and their furry friends.