Daniel Alexander Smith is a visual artist based in Boston, MA. He is currently Lead Designer at Studio Echelman, where he works on concept design through construction documentation and installation of Janet Echelman's architectural fiber sculptures. He is the cofounder of Paper-Thin, an experimental collaborative platform for artists working in virtual and augmented realities. His independent studio practice engages a variety of media from 19th century realist oil painting to interactive projection mapping and computer fabrication.
His artwork explores the ways perceptual systems manipulate human experience.
Daniel's artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues including the Indianapolis Museum of Art, The University of Richmond Museums, the CICA Museum in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, SIGGRAPH, Illuminus Boston, Boston Cyberarts, the Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletronica in SãoPaulo, Brazil, the Athens Digital Arts Festival in Athens, Greece, as well as universities and galleries across the country.
Recent works include Mouse, a technological symbol commissioned for Google's Boston Offices; Expansion, an interactive audiovisual projection on Boston's iconic 175 Federal building; Euclidean Mind, a 4x life-scale carved wooden sculpture inspired by the Brothers Karamazov; and Four and No Waves, a time-based installation addressing how computers restructure human perception.
Email: smithalexanderdaniel @ gmail.com