06/02/2015 - 08/02/2015
JEANINE HOFLAND CONTEMPORARY ART
Daniel V. Keller (1987, Switzerland) works with sculptures, installations and objects that refer to architectural fragments. They make you wonder about the relation between the artificial, nativeness and the surreal.
Daniel navigates through landscapes and cities to encounter a variety of points of interest. The broad spectrum of inspiration includes museums and monuments as well as shabby restaurants or petrol-stations. In his work he follows a specified guideline how to manipulates the perception of the object or the location through its definition.
'The fence around the stone makes the stone more valuable...'