Iustitium, 2014

24 xerox b/w A4 130×120 cm Iustitium is a composition of images of earthquakes made by mistake. The earthquake as a metaphor of the impermanence of the building to destroy, rebuild, destroy again.This perpetual loop and sudden that overwhelms us is part of the precariousness of our daily life. The cancellation of its visual elements enhances this fate. Its ruins are now invisible, intangible, unreadable. Losing space and form, time

Prayer, 2012

video, color 4’19” Islamism. Muslim. Islam. Al Qaeda. Osama Bin Laden. The East. Speeches and words of the XX and XXI century. State leaders and personalities of the Western countries debate today, again, about Islam as a problem. On rare occasions with knowledge and substance. Often, words to the wind. Subverted. Perverse. Reversed, they acquire another meaning, another lenguage. Oration, seeks this challenge: interfere with communicability, imagine doors to a

Falecimentos, 2012

print on paper variable dimensions “In the Falecimentos series, the artist Francesco Di Tillo presents a series of photographs of objects for sale at events known as “Familia vende tudo” [Family sells everything].In one of the images when we read the gold letters written on a porcelain plate, we discovered that Alzira and Fausto celebrated the golden wedding on November 24, 2001, in the Mediterraneo Tatuap√© buffet, Brazil. This is

Fresh air, 2010

environmental audio installation “Fresh air consists primarily of sound-recordings and sound-samples of gusts of wind, wind from the sea, wind from the mountains, the city, etc.We could think of a wind tunnel, as indirect reference to this production, a high-tech equipment used to study the external gas flows and the resulting aerodynamics of dockages, usually aircrafts, cars and other complex means of conveyance.It creates a mixture of artificial context -however

Analisi 1, 2008

medical instrumentation, 2 video, various object variable dimensions “Looking back the structure that now hosted the 64Galleria, Francesco Di Tillo, does re-emerge from the folds of the architectural history the old medical clinic that was located there. Wheelchairs, gynecological chairs, medical beds, surgical equipment, equipment for electrocardiograms, and a waiting room will be accompanied by some videos of autopsies and anatomical lessons for children. That field is put into a

Chuck-in, 2008

tapis-roulant, pvc, electric motor 150x400x300 cm “Assuming the idea of Massimo Bartolini’s argument that “art is a matter of invisible,” Di Tillo has devised a machine for the exercise of thought. A tapis roulant-racing was redesigned and transformed: into the exhibition room the object was resting on a window sill inside, in front of the window and obscured by a curtain. The new machine offers the visitor a perpetual journey,

Death brokering. A memorial, 2011

video-action color, 5’04” Our society, dazed by the idea of evolution and progress, often leads to resentment and extreme actions that are directly proportionate to the ambition to succeed. Death Brokering is a video documentation of a series of urban actions that took place in New York City by Francesco Di Tillo. Funeral posters have been specifically designed and displayed in many advertising places frequented by New York life. The

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