Marta Di Francesco is a London based visual artist, exploring new aesthetics, merging poetics with code. She investigates digital identity and its fragmentation, exploring and questioning it through digital bleed, time displacement, video processing, and the sculptural quality of time in volumetric aesthetics. Through her practice she is preoccupied with the right to time and time consciousness as a form of resistance and action, in times of distraction. Di Francesco’s latest screenings and exhibitions include MANA Contemporary Chicago (2019), XVIII Festival Internacional de la Imagen, Manizales Colombia (2019), THE WRONG New Digital Art Biennale (2018), FILE Festival Exhibition, SESI Gallery of Art, Sao Paulo (2018), FIVA (2018), CODAME Art + Tech Festival, San Francisco (2018), ADAF Athens Digital Arts Festival (2018), Back to the POSTFUTURE Exhibition curated by ADAF, Venice (2018), POOL Internationales TANZFilmFestival, Berlin (2017), VECTOR Festival Toronto (2017), The Third Culture Film Festival, Hong Kong (2017), ADAF Athens Digital Arts Festival (2017) and ADAF #PostFuture Journey Digital Art Exhibition at Athens International Airport (2017), RETUNE Festival, Berlin (2016), NEW AESTHETIC: Future Bodies programme at Film Festival, Cologne (2016) and KFFK Cologne (2016). Her work has been featured in Taschen, WIRED, The Creators Project, Prosthetic Knowledge, POSTmatter, CLOT Magazine, NOWNESS and VOGUE.