“IF WE GO, WE GO TOGETHER.” 15 years of screenprints by Daniel Danger
“IF WE GO, WE GO TOGETHER.”
15 years of screenprints by Daniel Danger
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 2, 5-8 pm
Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1-4 pm
Navigating the trope that New England is its own genre of horror, one that’s quiet, still, old, and more often sad than frightening, Daniel Danger’s work is meant to place you in a paused narrative moment within a space constructed by familiarity and memories but ruined by time. Daniel has spent his career pushing screen-printing techniques farther than most, using layers and layers of transparent colors, intricate and reductive linework, and deeply personal storytelling; resulting in expansive lush and emotive pieces that have found new homes around the world. “If We Go, We Go Together” will attempt to collect 15 years of releases in one place for the first time ever to showcase slow growth and evolution, featuring both personal work and his work for music and film.
Daniel Danger is an illustrator and print-maker living in the woods of Massachusetts. The son of a middle school art teacher and a professional potter, he was probably never going to be an accountant. His explanation of his own work is borderline nonsense and involves overlapping timelines, references to SIERRA point n’ click adventure games, number stations in the desert oscillating whispered conversations, the death of ghosts at the hands of foliage, giant trauma shadow beings born of kidnapped children that drip wolf shadows, and 1920s childrens books. He is the lost boy-king of Ghost Island, and a broken brain’d hoarder of vintage music gear, old toy ambulances, and bad hardcore records. Him and his wife have a dog named after noted character actor Toby Huss and a daughter named after a famous witch slayer.
(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
38 Harlow Street, Worcester, MA