Kirby Casilli is a socio-spatial entity working within various channels of durational performativity. Adopting movement and communication as a methodology to underpin the points of tension and mundanity that arise from the spectacle & destruction of social order.
Casilli surveys their findings through discursive modes of drawing and form-making, evoking the public, outside, metropolitan center by staging various interventions. Casilli has held a consistent practice through vocal, literary, drawing, and dance performance work and has performed most recently at Discordia Gallery, Adult Contemporary and Crawl Space Radio, as well as Mejia Gallery, Seventh Gallery, Tinning St, Sutton Project Space, Milk Gallery, Womadelaide, Howler, MPavillion, Margaret Lawrence.
Casilli has performed internationally in the MAYRIT Biennale for Architecture and Design in Madrid and collaborated internationally for the International Conference of Live Coding in both Madrid and New York City.