Tamara Kalo is a Lebanese-French interdisciplinary artist formally trained in architecture. She incorporates light and time-based media such as photography, video, sculpture, and performance to investigate narratives that shape home, displacement, and identity.

She examines the spaces between dichotomies, such as public and private, and comfort and discomfort, using embodied knowledge and research to reframe internal and external landscapes through fragmentation and repetition. By juxtaposing familiar materials and objects, she seeks to represent the fragility of what lies between a moment in time and place and its memory in both her personal and the collective subconscious.