In Daniel Lie’s practice time is the central pillar of the reflection. Since the oldest and affective memory - bringing family and personal stories - until the time of things in the world, the period of a lifetime, and the duration of the elements stages. Through installations, objects and hybridization of art languages - using the things as they are - the work creates bridges with performance art concepts such as an art based on time, ephemerality and presence. To highlight these three instances, elements that have the time contained in itself are set in the space, as installations, such as decaying matter, growth of plants, fungi and the body. In his research, the look is facing tensions and breaking a binary thought between science and religion, ancestry and present, death and life.

Daniel Lie (1988, São Paulo, Brazil. Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil). 

Daniel Lie has a degree in Visual Arts by Universidade Estadual Paulista. 

Selected solo exhibitions: Daniel Lie: Unnamed Entities, curated by Bernardo Mosqueira, New Museum, New York, USA (2022); Scales of Decay at Küenstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (2021); Sopro/Sigh/Hauch — Park Platz at Berlinische Galerie Museum für Moderne Kunst, Berlin, Germany (2021); Toko Buku Liong (The Liong Bookshop) at CEMETI - Institute for Art and Society, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2020); Os Anos Negativos at Jupiter Art Land, Edinburgh, Scotland (2019); Supremacia Humana: O Projeto Falido, Casa do Povo, São Paulo, Brazil (2019); Filhxs do Fim at Casa Triângulo, São Paulo, Brazil (2018); Até onde você pode descer?, Change-Change, Budapest, Hungary (2016); Pacto com o Futuro, Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil (2015); and Lie Liong Khing, Casa Triângulo, São Paulo, Brazil (2015). 

Selected group exhibitions: Composições para tempos insurgentes at Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2021); Brasilidade Pós-Modernismo at CCBB Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2021); Metabolic Rift at Kraftwerk Berlin, Berlin, Germany (2021); À Construção, Solar dos Abacaxis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2020); Espacios Revelados, Bucaramanga, Colombia (2018); Valongo - Festival Internacional da Imagem, Santos, Brazil (2018); O Sol nos Ensina que a História Não é Tudo, curated by Raphael Fonseca, Osage Art Foundation, Hong Kong, China (2018); Queermuseu – Cartografias da Arte Brasileira, curated by Gaudêncio Fidelis, Santander Cultural, Porto Alegre, Brazil (2017); and Welt Kompakt? – Out of Brazil, curated by Ursula Maria Probst, Vienna, Austria (2017); among others.

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