Italian artist (b. 1984, Campo Basso - Italy) lives and works between São Paulo and Bologna
The sudden break of the earth silence, tragedy, the dramatization of the contemporary world, man as part of the whole, resilience, death, and lack of free will, or social matters are all themes for the base of Di Tillo's Artwork.
Surviving through three earthquakes taught him to view matters from a different perspective. Dismantling and reassembling collective events and imaginaries allows him to generate far-reaching reflections on the present.
Di Tillo studied Fine Art to further complete a MA in Economics Of Culture.
Through his vast reasearch, experience and studies, Di Tillo manipulates different techniques and materials, organic and inorganic, to research new forms, visions far beyond the first sensory experience.
Focusing on processes and results, Di Tillo suggests transience and dynamism, showing us how the realities surrounding us are not static but in constant motion.
Each of his works contains many connections and its own ability to trigger questions about the present.
He dialogues with the territory in which it is generated but emerges from it to become the spokesperson of universal values.
In the creative act, he abdicates what is familiar.
Di Tillo establishes an interaction between symbolic and evocative elements in his daily work,
generating living and non-living sculptures, places for thought with a strong emotional and conceptual impact.