Born and raised in Turin, Italy, Dalila Pasotti is a sculptor, musician and designer with a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Turin. She moved to New York twelve years ago to follow her passion for arts and music. She choose sculpture as her media and perfected her skills at the National Academy School of Fine Arts in New York, along with working with renowned sculptors. As a musician, she gained exposure in New York City’s music scene, where she began making her own adornments to wear on stage, attracted by the power of jewelry as an art form. She creates collections of wearable art, as well as has written art and music cultural features for an Italian newspaper. She possesses a passion for the unknown and nature, the incomprehensible, uncanny universe, astrophysics and any form of art that amplifies these elements, making it into the core of her work and manifesto. She continues to study physics and astrophysics, attending lectures and being invited by world leading researchers and professors in prestigious research institutions such as CERN in Geneva and at IAS Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton. She recently had her first solo show of her sculptures in New York City in 2019. She currently lives in Nolita, New York and has a sculpture studio in Brooklyn.