Daniel Lumbini's (1978, London/UK) work is an empirical remix of modern and classical techniques; a visceral collusion of new media and original composition, both picturesque and grotesque, intended to sample styles and ideas, intentionally evading definition, leaving interpretation entirely to the beholder.
"The figures I create are a pastiche of the world's obsession with defining oneself, or more-so, one's art; each of my paintings portray awkwardness, or vanity, or perhaps evolution, but ultimately, the composition is disrupted by accident, albeit deliberately. It's not profound, that's the point, it's a painting, it's anything but that."
Daniel has shown extensively throughout London and New York, with work housed in collections in the UK, USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Germany and France.