Malone’s context specific performances and installations weave together multiple threads to form dynamic narratives relating to historical, social and cultural contexts of his subject matter.
Daniel Malone (b. 1970, Greymouth) currently lives and works in Warsaw. Recent solo exhibitions include: Babylon Rising, Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok (2014); The Proof Reader, Galeria Foksal, Warsaw (2013); A Communist Kiosk in a Common Market, Hopkinson Cundy, Auckland (2011); Upadajac/Powstajac, Uprising/Downrising, Kordegarda: Zacheta National Gallery, Warsaw (2008); Barbarian In The Garden, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland (2010); The English Teacher, Gambia Castle, Auckland (2009); and Black Market Next To My Name, Gambia Castle, Auckland (2008). His work has also been included in group exhibitions such as: A Guide for the Perplexed, Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2014); Made Active: Chartwell Show, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki (2012); Burn what you cannot steal, Galerja Nova, Zagreb (2011); Poziomy Wieżowiec (Horizontal Skyscraper), Centre for Art Exhibitions, Zielona Góra (2011); Fokus Łódż Biennale, Łódż (2010); Turbulence: 3rd Auckland Triennial, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki (2007); SCAPE: Christchurch Biennale (2006); and The 2004 Biennale of Sydney.