Andrés Di Tella – Archives and Memory

Andrés Di Tella (b. 1958) is an Argentine filmmaker, writer and installation artist. Di Tella's work addresses collective experiences such as modernization and migration through a subjective lens, always concerning itself with the transmedial nature of art. Fotografías meditates on racism and displacement through a personal recollection of Di Tella's relationship with his mother. Diarios approaches life in a post-pandemic world. The film is structured as the fragments of a personal journal, weaving original footage and music clips and making room for the author to participate in reading live some select passages. – Ignacio Azcueta

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