Adele Dipasquale (IT, 1994) is a visual artist and researcher currently based in The Hague (NL), where they have graduated from the MA Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Arts KABK in 2020. Working across various mediums as moving images, analog film, voice experimentations and writing, their work explores the politics of language, the production of voices and the relationship between magic and words.
Their work has been recently exhibited and screened in venues such as The Clemente (US), PageNotFound (NL), WORM (NL), Oberhausen Film Festival (DL), Marres (NL), Kinemastik ISFF (MT), Het Nieuwe Instituut (NL), HomeCinema (NL), ArtauCentre (BL), Filmhuis (NL), 1646 (NL), Beursschouwburg (BL).
They are also part of the artist-run filmlab and collective Filmwerkplaats in Rotterdam, a group of artists that focus on the use of analogue film in contemporary art practices. In 2022 they were awarded the fellowship of Cripta747 Residency Programme in Turin (IT), where they are developing a new film investigating the languages of childhood, the power of silence and other forms of non-verbal communication used as gestures of refusal.
Lose Voice tool kit2022Installation900x400 cm
Lose Voice tool kit2022- ongoing