Daniel Anthony McCabe is a visual artist, who writes. His work and research are concerned with the existential nature of image construction and spectatorship. For him, images and text intermingle with memory, and presence highlights the inevitable absence that is insoluble to visual culture, particularly in relation to the duration of experience across time. He interrogates the nature of the photographic image and examines the paradox of the medium: if photography can represent that which is real. Feelings of inadequacy, failure, and notions of time are threaded through his work, into a narrative that examines the relationship between desire and becoming.
Junior Fellow of Image Text Ithaca, New York - imagetextithaca.com.
Studio: 128 Donegal Street, Belfast.