Emilie Duval’s work is defined by research and observation to acknowledge the functionality of society. Fueled by her studies in Law at the University of Paris Assas, and Art at the Ecole du Louvre, she focuses her interest on a wide range of geopolitical, economical, and financial matters. Her works envision decentralized algorithmic perspectives, including blockchain technology and artificial intelligence, and their effect on society. Duval is fascinated by how societies historically revolve around economics. Her works present reasoning that no one can escape the current expansion of algorithms. She does not judge this idea, but hopes the works might lead people to a new observation of their own environment. Her work has been exhibited in Houston, Dallas, Marfa, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Salt Lake City, Omaha, Portland, Berlin, Belgium, Paris, and London.