Daniel Savage

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Daniel Savage is a disabled artist, curator, and advocate.

He has been a practicing visual artist based in Canberra for over a decade, exhibiting nationally and has developed a reputation for creating dynamic, engaging, and conceptual rigorous work. His practice is often self-referential, employing his individual experience of disability as a point of difference to engage audiences in exploring and reassessing establish ideas and preconceptions that exist within society.

His emerging curatorial practice sits closely alongside his art practice focusing on perception, disability arts, and exploring creative forms of access.

Daniel is also an active advocate for disability access, inclusion, and representation in the arts, having worked alongside major arts festivals, organisations and institutions to increase awareness and engagement.

He brings with him an extensive knowledge of art and disability, his broad connections within both the contemporary art and disability community, and his passion for developing the practice, reputation and critical discourse of artists with disabilities.

Website: https://www.danielsavage.com.au/

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