Daniel Hosego

Daniel Hosego

Daniel's work engages in a conceptually motivated practice that explores the perception of 'value' in a secular, post-religiocentric world and the role of the artist within that society. Drawing on the writings of Nietzsche and Dostoevsky concerning the re-evaluation of values in the face of the 'death of God' and appropriating the visual language of Albrecht Durer among other Renaissance artists; Daniel creates intricately hand drawn compositions layered with allusions to both Renaissance and contemporary culture.

These compositions are then recreated using modern, Pop culture, mass production printing techniques to transform the work into an up to date discussion of artistic frustration within the fragmentation characteristic of the modern world.

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