Logroño, 1985. Daniel Llaría is a visual artist. He graduated with a Fine Arts degree from the University of the Basque Country and completed a master’s degree in Parsons (New York) on a Fulbright Scholarship. In 2017 he took park in the prestigious Skowhegan residency in the USA. He currently lives and works in Anguiano (La Rioja) and Bilbao.
I work in art looking for unconsciousness. An unconsciousness based on the exercise of different automatisms, so that actions respond more to desire than to opinion. Desire is always more revealing than ideology. Ideologically, I usually make reference to issues of intersectionality and the politics of representation, but they tend to be little excuses for doing. Because continuing to do is the most important thing.