Since meeting in 2010 Daniel & Clara have dedicated themselves to a shared life of creative exploration, working across moving image, photography, performance and correspondence art.

Using themselves and their life together as their material, their work explores the nature of human experience, perception and reality.

Set against the backdrop of the British landscape, their work presents personal narratives of psychological orientation as they grapple with what it means to be human in the time of climate crisis, post-truth and late capitalism. The search for meaning, continuity and authenticity are reoccurring themes in their work, as is the tension between the rational (need for order, control and understanding) and the irrational (intuition, imagination and nature).

Their work has been exhibited at Focal Point Gallery, Kettle’s Yard, Art Exchange, Norwich Castle, Whitechapel Gallery, BFI, By Art Matters Hangzhou, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Paris Grand Palais, HKW Berlin, Fabrica Gallery, Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, Doclisboa, Museu de Arte Moderna Rio de Janeiro. Films by Daniel & Clara are included in the BFI National Archive.

In 2019 they launched Moving Image Artists (MIA), an organisation dedicated to supporting and cultivating contemporary moving image art and experimental film.

Throughout 2022 they are working on Landscape Imaginary, a series of exhibitions and events presenting their work across the East of England.

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