Luca Caruso-Moro is a journalist and designer living and working in Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.
His practice spans cinematic, sonographic, performance, musical, and theatrical storytelling. His work has brought him all over Canada, from major cities to remote communities. He is likely to be one of the youngest artists nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore award for his debut production as sound designer on Cliff Cardinal’s “Stitch” (2015). Since then, his work has been commissioned and recognized by news agencies, scholar and artist circles alike. He works in reverence of the diverse voices and stories that have been left out of mainstream dialogue. His practice is dedicated to elevating these voices, and to the relentless and frantic pursuit of love, truth and joy.
"It’s so important for young Canadians to become aware of the entire history of this land. Not only how settlers have sabotaged Indigenous peoples, but also how Indigenous peoples have overcome.”