Donald Daedalus

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Artist Bio

An emerging artist based in New York City, Donald Hài Phú Daedalus produces cross-disciplinary projects that use technology to critically expose the underlying structures that influence the contemporary experience, working in video, performance and installation works that tangentially relate to create webs of relations between topics. Themes of interest include architecture and urban design; critical and expanded cinema; epistemology and scientific method; penal trends and how sound and sight related to prison architecture.

His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently in Bogotá, Colombia for Imagined Bonds, Impossible Escape. His sculpture, Canoa/Kenu is permanently exhibited on the University of Washington campus near Lake Washington. His earthworks have been built on two continents.

Daedalus has lectured at the Wing Luke Museum, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá) and Rowan University and received support from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Franklin Furnace, the Center for Book Arts, Flux Factory. He has participated in exhibitions at the Whitney Museum (Whitney Bienial, 2014) and The Bronx Museum of the Arts.

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