Nico Angiuli is an Italian visual artist. His research addresses the socio-political and historical implications of work, such as the transformation of workers' bodies and their mechanization; the reduction of human complexity and the attempt to humanize androids; the relationship between work time and free time. Through videos, performances, and community processes he translates the gestures of work (The Tool's Dance, 2011-2017); the logic and mechanisms that regulate Amazon's warehouses (Amazon Dance, 2021); the current exploitation of African migrants in the Italian tomato supply chain (Tre Titoli, 2015). He is currently working on Part-Time Resistance (2022), which focuses on private forms of sabotage and resistance. He lives between Italy and Germany.