He began his studies at Corriente Alterna Contemporary Arts Visual Arts school (Lima, Peru) and later moved to Madrid to continue studying painting at Atelier Madrid and the Prado Museum as an official copyist. Once the technical development stage has finished in the Spanish capital, it seeks to explore new means of expression that contribute to its pictorial work such as installation, lighting games, etc. In this way, we can reinforce the concept of his work. Through painting and altering the image, he talks about the social and emotional disorders that everyone suffers in a contemporary world of submission. Of everything that is invisible, boring, collective unconscious. His latest work, Sick Fair, talks about the destruction of human memory and how people need social networks and the great cloud to preserve their memories. Through this thread, Daniel shows a sneaky reality and, at the same time, creates another by making the participatory project.
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