Daniel Giordano

Daniel Giordano lives and works in Newburgh, NY.  He earned his MFA from the University of Delaware, and has shown nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Menage/rie at Super Dutchess; A Salve of Sorts at Vacation;  and Living/Breathing at Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York, NY.
Giordano currently has work on view at the Karpeles Manuscript Library and Museum in Newburgh, NY, and has a forthcoming exhibition at Wil Aballe Art Projects in Vancouver, Canada.
Danial Giordano also co-founded and runs Vicki, a project space in upstate New York.
The book mentioned in the interview is The Physics of Sorrow a book by Georgi Gospodinov. Two exhibits mentioned in the interview were one at Sardine and also at Gazebo.
Study For Brother (Biped) 2016 Glazed ceramics, cast aluminum, marzipan, Orange Tang, epoxy resin, artificial teeth, 22 x 12 x 16 inches
The Grip of Goron 2016 – 2019 Glazed ceramic, glazed brick, Orange Tang, epoxy resin, pigment, glass, enamel, acrylic, casein, fibered aluminum coating, tennis ball, tennis racquet string, tennis racquet grommet, sparklers, foam, cork, lichen, cattail, contact lense, leather, peat, 24K gold leaf, shag faux fur, steel, sewing machine needle, sewing machine cogged teeth gear belt, Megan Murphy Martinez’s hair, dog ticks, hardware, 20 x 23 x 21 inches

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  1. I’ve known Daniel since he was 17 years old and he hasn’t gotten any less weird! BIG FUN, all day, every day.
    Cheers, ya big Linguini. What up Brainard!