Daniel Lehan has been described as a 'bob a job, odd job kind of artist.'
He has worked on a wide range of visual arts projects, including collaborations with writers, dancers and musicians and works with galleries and museums to deliver creative projects to children, young adults, the elderly, and those in prison.
Daniel's works often begin with simple instructions that any man, or woman, in the street can follow: 'Make a sign saying what you want', 'write down your darkest thoughts', 'collect unusual stories from the newspaper', 'draw a pie chart of your emotional life'.
He uses understated calm and reassuring charm to encourage people to interact and create these works with him. The end products are a rich patchwork of thoughts and ideas gathered up from the minutiae of people's lives.
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