With Hojas de Prueba, Daniel is asking the question, ‘Can art be conceived unintentionally?’ Hojas de Prueba is a collection of abstract pieces of involuntary, anonymous, collective art, collected by Daniel from seven London stationery shops over the space of a year. With 2kg worth of stationery testing papers harvested, Daniel was able to play the role of curator, revising and judging the work of hundreds of involuntary actors, and choosing for display those sheets that he would like to have painted were he an abstract artist himself.

Daniel has since returned to Spain, currently living in Madrid, and describes himself as a ‘non-professional artist, videographer and photographer, and a skateboard manufacturer.’ For this, Daniel’s first exhibition in London, he has been able to exhibit a project that he describes as ‘literally belonging to the city.’



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