Hot Lunch, 2009
digital C-print, chocolate, metal lunchbox
8 in. x 6 in. x 3 1/4 in.
The image on the outside depicts a melted chocolate earth ball. Inside are the small edible earth-shaped chocolates. Signed and numbered.
Lisa DiLillo is a visual artist based in NY, who creates video installations, single-channel videos and still photographs. Her recent work focuses on peculiar interactions and encounters between the “natural” world and man-made environments and technological devices.
Lisa DiLillo’s work has been exhibited internationally in such venues and festivals as the Walker Art Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Belgium, the Reina Sofia National Museum of Art, Madrid, the Rotterdam Film Festival, the Moscow International Festival of Contemporary Dance, and at White Box Gallery and Momenta Art Gallery in NY, among others. She has been awarded an Electronic Arts Grant, a Jerome Foundation Grant, and residencies at The Experimental Television Center. She has also worked as a curator for the Knitting Factory Video Lounge for several years as well as on other curatorial projects.