In a way I feel most of the pieces are found objects or at least reflect the impulse to reposition.
Mostly banal in their object-hood and process, the works endeavor to highlight micro spaces that have the capability for more complexity.
Structures create distortions and mutations, governed by our own positioning and disturbed by our fragmented experiences as they take on seemingly natural and rational qualities.
the banality of geometry
the banality of clothing
the banality of photography
the banality of nature
the banality of memory
Gallery Diet is pleased to announce The Umpire, a solo exhibition by Daniel Milewski. This will be Daniel’s second solo exhibition at Gallery Diet, he has participated in numerous group exhibitions at the gallery including a three person exhibit with Marcos Valella and Bhakti Baxter, and a solo exhibition at Dimensions Variable. The Umpire includes photography, collage, and sculpture created in 2012. In this body of work, Daniel continues to explore themes of myth and social structure.