Exhibition: 21 July – 21 August 2021
There has been a notable change in the creative options that lie within artistic endeavours in the past year. The shift that digital possibilities now yield seems to blur the lines between the frameworks of potential and physical objects, thus rendering a new environment as a whole that artists need to work within, or perhaps more appropriately; with-in. For Daniel Martin, the context of creative virtuality has always been a sort of stepping stone, his pieces clearly play with-in emergence and assemblages, and do so in a frantically conscious manner. Daniel´s oeuvre aims at establishing connections between elements in diaspora (mass dispersion). In his Garden of Cyrus, Daniel embarks on his most ambitious project yet, by facilitating a trace in connections between objects in different states of separation, playing with geography, ideology, and time.