Film / Animation / Video

Faculty

Daniel Peltz

Through his public projects and media installations, Daniel Peltz explores complex social systems, attempting to provoke ruptures in the socio/cultural fabric through which new ways of being may emerge and be considered. To accomplish these goals, he uses a range of intervention, ethnographic and performance strategies. His projects often take the form of existing social systems to directly engage non-art audiences in the language of critical art practice.

Peltz has been a resident artist at Yaddo in the USA; Helsinki International Artist Program in Finland; International Artists Studio Program in Sweden; Artspace in Australia; Cemeti Art House in Indonesia; and Spaced in Western Australia.

Recent exhibitions, public interventions and commissioned projects include:

  • • • When we dig, things come up, Tom Price, Western Australia [2013-15]
  • • • Faith, hope and deficit, Botkyrka Konsthall, Sweden [2013]
  • • • The Museum of Forgetting: political is collective, Passagen, Linköping, Sweden [2012]
  • • • Unrealized gain/loss, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta, Indonesia [2011]
  • • • Crossing non-signalized locations, Cambridge, MA, USA [2010]

 

Academic research/ areas of interest

Media Infrastructures / Social Systems

Public Art / Intervention practices

Sited Installation

Live-feed Video

Ethnography / Anthropology

Performance / Speech Making

Land art

Revolutionary Pedagogy

Meditation and non-mind-based process of making and learning