Daniels Crooks is a sculptor, photographer and time based artist. His work creates slippages between visual perception and temporal experience. Collating fragments of movement in his video works, Crooks poses a question of the metaphysics of the image and reality. Often this results in mesmorizing panoramas suspended in time, while his portraits destabilise their subject by splicing together multiple narratives.Read More
Born in Hastings, New Zealand, Crooks graduated from the Auckland Institue of Technology. Crooks has exhibited prolifically throughout New Zealand, Australia, Korea, Peru and Singapore. He has participated in the 17th Biennale of Sydney in 2010, and Figuring Landscape at the Tate Modern in London. He has also won numerous awards including the inaugural Prudential Eye Award 2014, Singapore, and the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission 2014, Australia.