Daniel Hölzl (b. 1994) lives and works in Berlin. His practice and research focus on creating site-specific installations to explore the cyclical nature of matter and question our notions of permanence. Carefully selected and locally sourced materials, such as recycled carbon fiber and recycled paraffin wax, draw attention to the interlaced timescales, the endless potential of matter, and connect the work with its environment and visitors. The installations aim to facilitate moments of distortion that could challenge our relationships with often rigid systems and promote a greater sense of interconnectedness.
See more of Daniel's work here.