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Daniel Kukla
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Crown Heights



ARTIST STATEMENT: My artistic practice is informed by the joint intersection my work as a photographer, and my formal training in the biological and anthropological sciences. I work at the juncture of these disciplines, focusing in on capturing evidence as images that have the power to articulate our ever-changing relationship with the natural world. In both science and photography the act of collection is universal. Whether specimen or subject, the collection process allows one to categorize, control, and critically describe one's findings, and contribute them to the collective work of others in the field. As a calculated investigation, my projects document and bear witness to important social, political and ecological issues; through highlighting the beautiful and the bizarre, and retaining the experimentation of the scientific perspective, I offer a vantage point on these subjects that can destabilize, challenge and provoke.
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  • Keys View
    2012
    Medium Format Photography
    Edge Effect (http://danielkukla.com/The-Edge-Effect)

  • Porcupine Wash
    2012
    Medium Format Photography

  • Echo Tee Rock II
    2012
    Medium Format Photography

  • Echo Tee Rock
    2012
    Medium Format Photography

  • High Spark 1
    2013
    I spent the better part of this summer's twilight hours on the trails of Brooklyn's Prospect Park, catching fireflies in the dusk-light. Returning to my darkroom at nightfall, I set them fre

  • High Spark 2
    2013
    I spent the better part of this summer's twilight hours on the trails of Brooklyn's Prospect Park, catching fireflies in the dusk-light. Returning to my darkroom at nightfall, I set them fre

  • High Spark 5
    2013
    I spent the better part of this summer's twilight hours on the trails of Brooklyn's Prospect Park, catching fireflies in the dusk-light. Returning to my darkroom at nightfall, I set them fre

  • Gastineau Channel
    2011
    Silver Gelatin Emulsion
    As contentious debate on the impact of global warming drives on, something unique is occurring in the coastal areas of Alaska. Rather than rising sea levels and diminishing coastlines, the land in sou

  • Auke Bay
    2011
    Silver Gelatin Emulsion
    As contentious debate on the impact of global warming drives on, something unique is occurring in the coastal areas of Alaska. Rather than rising sea levels and diminishing coastlines, the land in sou

  • Mendenhall Wetlands
    2011
    Silver Gelatin Emulsion
    As contentious debate on the impact of global warming drives on, something unique is occurring in the coastal areas of Alaska. Rather than rising sea levels and diminishing coastlines, the land in sou

  • Sea Mount
    2011
    Silver Gelatin Emulsion
    As contentious debate on the impact of global warming drives on, something unique is occurring in the coastal areas of Alaska. Rather than rising sea levels and diminishing coastlines, the land in sou

  • Graves Harbor
    2011
    Silver Gelatin Emulsion
    As contentious debate on the impact of global warming drives on, something unique is occurring in the coastal areas of Alaska. Rather than rising sea levels and diminishing coastlines, the land in sou

  • Temperate Rainforest
    2010
    Photography
    We, as humans, go to great lengths to satisfy our desire for a connection with the natural world, especially in our interactions with wild and exotic animals. Zoos are the primary site for this relat

  • Montane Exhibit
    2010
    Photography
    We, as humans, go to great lengths to satisfy our desire for a connection with the natural world, especially in our interactions with wild and exotic animals. Zoos are the primary site for this relat

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  • Primary Rainforest
    2010
    Photography
    We, as humans, go to great lengths to satisfy our desire for a connection with the natural world, especially in our interactions with wild and exotic animals. Zoos are the primary site for this relat
 








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