Daniel Dale is an artist and publisher inspired by ’Nonsense’. His work strikes a balance between sensible meaning and no meaning at all as he carefully scrutinises his everyday surroundings. Trying to find answers to questions that haven’t been asked yet, recurring motifs of colour, form and content stretch the imagination and pull together seemingly straightforward threads into abstract knots, asking the spectator to become a participant. Currently working on an ongoing project about ‘Happiness’, Dale has also created Nonsense Books, a small self-publishing venture that presents his own work, with the intention in the future to publish other photographers who work along similar lines.
Projects featured; The Happiest Place on Earth, A Field Guide to Happiness, 'Lockdown Mock-Up'
Achievements & Experience
UWE Enterprise Summer Scholarship 2020
Grain Project Bursary 2020
The Happiest Place on Earth postcards, published by Nonsense Books, 2020
The Field Guide to Happiness, published by Nonsense Books, coming July/August 2020