Daniel Mullen Born in Scotland (1985) graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in July 2011 currently he lives and works in Amsterdam furthering his artistic practice.
About Daniels new work
Painting: an inverted Suspended possibility,
Architecture provides space for us to give an order and context to our daily needs.
A painting can be a non-functional representation of an augmented reality where in I invite the viewer to engage.
The conflict between the representation and the skin of a painting divulge no secrets it evokes only that which the viewer determines important.
Rendering the painting impotent, afflicted by and using that invention, perspective.
These acknowledge boundaries which architectural spaces give, create a building block upon which to destabilise our notions of space and our relationship to them, playing with this relationship has the same contradictory notions as the painting itself.
And thus we step into the void.