Adele Dipasquale (Turin, 1994) is a visual artist. Working across various mediums as moving images, analog film, voice experimentations and text, their practice explores the politics of language. Their work has been displayed internationally at art venues and film festivals such as Sonnenstube (CH), The Clemente (US), Marres (NL), Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen (DE), Page Not Found (NL), WORM (NL), Filmhuis Den Haag (NL), 1646 (NL). Their work has been supported by research fellowships and artist grants from institutions such as Cripta747 (IT), Mondriaan Fonds (NL), Stroom Den Haag (NL). Recently, their last film, ‘Lose Voice Toolkit’ (2024) has had its world premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (NL). They are also part of the artist-run filmlab and collective Rotterdam Filmwerkplaats, a group of artists that focus on the use of analogue film in contemporary art practices.