Danielle Degon

Artist and curator focused on industrialized forms of production and its effects on psychology, biography, sociality, and the art-making process. Through artwork and curating, Danielle Degon instigates the recognition of systemic power and makes connections between influential facets: love and labor, creativity and the overthrow of capitalism, and protest and the social good.





The installation is suspended from wall to wall in a 22’ x 20’ room. Lit from above, the view mimics a microscopic observation. While investigating the body-like forms, viewers must rely on the artist’s structure as they crouch into voyeurism.

Plaster, wood, fabric
22’ x 5’: suspended six feet off the ground