Daniel Durnin is an Artist and Designer based in London. Having completed an MA at the Royal College of Art in Design Products he has recently graduated from Oxford University's Ruskin School of Art with an MFA.
Durnin's practise is driven by his interests in the self and the relationship with our environment . Art is a catalyst for turning theoretical ideas into a reality. Not confined to galleries and museums his practise engages with a broader public sphere through momentary installations and experiences.
Durnin's art questions our very notions of ownership, authority and community allowing for momentary redefinitions of our current society.
2017 | British Council Fellowship
2014 | Knights of the Round Table Award
2014 | The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship
2010 | Artist In Residence, OCVC
2009 | National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies Award
2008 | Jane Muir Award
2017 | MOBITECTURE, Phaidon Press
2016 | HA No. 4, HA-TÖLUBLAD, Iceland Design Centre
2015 | NEW NARRATIVES, Sustain RCA
2015 | 160 WAYS TO LOSE YOUR POSSESSIONS, Crypt Gallery
2018 | R.A.W labs, British Council
2017 | MFA Degree Show, University of Oxford
2017 | BASE, Milan
2016 | Hafnarborg, Iceland
2015 | LDF, London
2015 | Degree Show, Royal College of Art, London
2015 | Sustain Awards, Royal College of Art, London
2015 | REMET Casting Prize, London
2015 | Make/Create, London Craft Week, London
2014 | Holland & Holland, London