Obscuran, 2013, Graphite on paper
'Le Monde’ one of France’s main newspapers wrote a small analysis about my work during the Outsider Art Fair in Paris this past September.
I wanted to thank Michael Abatemarco for writing such a nice review of Soul of Science in Pasatiempo (Santa Fe)
Detail: Self-Awareness, 2013, Graphite on paper.
Soul of Science at Paxton Gate (Portland). Nice taxidermy and other types of oddities.
Detail: Astronomica, Graphite on paper.
Assembling our newest musical invention… a Crystal Theremin… and it actually works as planned.
Nice review of ‘Soul of Science’ in the latest issue of Raw Vision (England). One of the best European art magazines.
Signing ‘Beautiful Death’ serigraphs today. Thanks to Master Printer Darryl Friedman for doing such a beautiful job printing them.
"If you were to come across a book, perhaps sometime in the future, that explained the origins of consciousness - of how we came to be - it might contain illustrations like those found here in "Soul of Science". While no single image can convey the breadth and complexity of self-awareness, such an idea can be circumscribed, approached by a series of images that each touch upon a unique facet at the core of our being. These different perspectives coalesce towards a unified idea, the mystery of who we are." — Greg Golden (Bioengineering)
Santa Muerte poster at Sacred Machine.
Santa Muerte on exhibition at Sacred Machine.
Real Human Skull: On a recent trip to Prescott, AZ, Paula and I visited an auction house where we were drawn to an antique cabinet, which housed a special artifact. This artifact touched us so much that we brought it home with us. It is a medical study of a real human skull, which was owned by a retired doctor in Prescott. After a period of intensive reflection, I began the process of adorning this unknown person from the past.
Soul of Science reviewed by Raw Vision Magazine (UK). Written by Scott Rothstein. Read review here: http://artfoundout.blogspot.com/2013/08/daniel-martin-diazs-soul-of-science.html
Soul of Science, Prescott Town Square