Daniel Silvo works in a wide range of media, from video and photography to installation, drawing and sculpture. More important than the medium is the critical investigation into what is or can be communicated: interferences in verbal and visual communication is a recurring theme in his work, as is the political load of objects (design originating from the Cold War to the ‘communist’ Lada – still the only car brand available to Cubans). He approaches these abstract philosophical and controversial political subjects with a great sense of humour.
- Living in:
- Madrid, Spain
- 2003-2004 Erasmus scholarship in Berlin Universität der Künste
2005 Ph. D. Fine Arts, Universidad Complutense, Madrid
2006-2007 École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix en Provence, France
2007-2008 Assistance to the postgraduate course in architecture, “The experience of space, liveability and design”, at UNAM (Mexico City)