Rome, Italy, April 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The two exhibited artworks are the results of his 5th circle of habits. Daniel’s ritual creative circle starts with browsing for techno music. This search period could sometimes even take for several weeks. Selected tracks are used for the creation of an hour long audio mix, which the artist calls “Techno inspirations.” When he is listening back to the audio mix at later stage, Daniel starts to paint.
The artist says, “It is a good sign, when I feel the vibration on the canvas, it means that the creation process can begin.”
In the final stage of his creative ritual, Daniel generates digitally altered versions of his paintings, which he uses for designing his audiovisual underground techno performance.
The two exhibited artworks are part the artist’s “Large track” series, in which he creates large or extra-large sized paintings inspired by techno tracks with substantial influence.
The painting titled "The transition paradox" was inspired by the pulsating energy and industrial soundscape of the track called "Addictive States" by techno producer Kessell.
The second artwork titled "Low entropy" was inspired by the brutal bassline and repetitive “heat” loops in the track called "PGB5A" by Tensal.
Dániel is from Miskolc, Hungary and lives in Budapest. He has a background in communication engineering and technical acoustics.
His passion about underground electronic music started in 1996 and started painting in 2015.
The exhibition is organized and curated by Italian art director Rosi Raneri.