Dilge was born in Marmaris, Turkey in 1996. She arrived in the United States in 2015. Received a Bachelor of Arts degree at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. Studied Psychology & Studio Arts, and minored in Architectural Studies. Completed an Honors Thesis in Art by studying the concept of Culture Shock through photography. She is currently getting her MFA degree and working as an Instructor of Record at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, NY. Here, her studies in art focus on reasoning human behavior through true life stories. Working mainly in digital photography, she creates work about her travels related to surveillance and documenting daily life from behind the scenes. From 2016 to 2019, she has been awarded an art funding provided by the CaPA Scholars Program. In 2018, she received the Rothkopf Scholars Award. Her work has been featured in various exhibitions: International Visual Arts Gathering II (2015, Kedi Culture and Art Center), Swarm (Wkshp) (2017, Prizm Art Fair), Syracuse Art Exhibition (2018, Syracuse Florence Art Gallery), Art Honors Thesis Exhibition (2019, Grossman Art Gallery), The Money Show (2019, Tabler Art Gallery).