Daniel S. DeLuca
Daniel S. DeLuca is a Boston based artist who is committed to the idea that an ‘artwork’ can be a process that encompasses many different phases and forms. As a result he identifies his work as project based and concept oriented. Daniel integrates live actions, context specificity, photography, and appropriated materials to explore structures and concepts related to globalizing culture, art, and language. He has shown nationally and internationally in the context of private and public spaces, galleries, and live art festivals. Daniel is currently developing artistic research projects that investigate large-scale reoccurring events around the world. The World Expo (2010) in Shanghai, China, the Spring Equinox Festival (2012) in Mexico, and the Maha Kumbh Mela in India (2013) are three events he has created projects around. In 2012 Daniel was awarded one of the final grants offered by the Berwick Research Institute to develop “The Roaming Kiosk for Semiotics Research and the Creation of New Language”.