Carlos David Trujillo, an experimental filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist, delves into the intricate dynamics of identity in our digital age. As a first-generation American and immigrant from Caracas, Venezuela, Trujillo's work seamlessly melds humor, alter egos, and nostalgic elements, shedding light on the profound impact of reality TV and mobile content creation on the contemporary human experience.

His distinctive approach involves the meticulous documentation of various self-portraits presented through moving images, screenshots, screen recordings, films, memes, music videos, text-based works, performances, and site-specific installations. Having engaged in international residencies at the ARoS Museum in Denmark and Art Quarter Budapest in Hungary, Trujillo's artistic perspective has been enriched by diverse cultural influences. Notable among his solo exhibitions is "There Is Something Here" at Flux Factory in Queens, New York.

Trujillo's artistic endeavors have earned recognition through esteemed grants, including the Queens Arts Fund New Works Grant and the City Artist Corps Grants from The New York Foundation for the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.


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Due Barboni is an animation based on characters created by:
Carlos David TC and Patrick Ammirata about two bearded “bums” or barboni, in Miami. 

“Barbone” is Italian slang for bearded vagabond. 

Animation by: Patrick Ammirata 


Concept Episode: Summertime Sadness
Barbone [barˈbone] thinks that a cool superpower to have is to be able to jump in a pool and automatically have a summer body. Created with shutterstock images and snapchat editing as a proof of concept.