Daniel Kneebone. An illustration of the age-old ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, tackled through the grandeur of theatrical performance.
Daniel’s most recent series ‘ALICE-ISM’ (2019) is an illustration of the age-old ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, tackled through the grandeur of theatrical performance with a burlesque twist.
The timeless fascination of ‘Alice’ continues to resonate in today’s modern world, as evidenced by the many interpretations of the story across many art forms. Daniel’s artworks undergo multiple processes after the initial photoshoot and he digitally manipulates the images to maximise the effect of colour, creating a sense of movement and life within the still image.
Melbourne-born internationally-recognised Daniel Kneebone is a multi-award-winning artist and photographer. Influenced by the story-telling abilities of provocative Australian artists – ranging from Norman Lindsay’s luscious, physical forms through to explorative photo-based artist Polexini Papapetrou, he uses his detailed artworks to make a statement about facets of life and art about which he is passionate. Daniel enjoys collaborating with performers from a diverse range of genres who contribute their skills to enhance storytelling through photography.
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