Meditation on Fragmented Space

by Daniel Mariotti


July 2020


Read: IN FLUX In Depth with Daniel Mariotti by Scottsdale Public Art

Daniel Mariotti recasts visual content to create new references that allow viewers a moment of pause and consideration. With Meditation on Fragmented Space, his intent is to allow the viewer to disrupt their day and see themselves in the context of a public art piece. It is his hope that this piece offers something that resonates with the childlike wonder that pushes him to continue to create art and engage with the world around him. This sculpture is about offering viewers the opportunity to pull one’s self out of their reality into something different.

Daniel Mariotti (1992, United States) makes photos, drawings, and prints, taking inspiration from science and philosophy. In 2014 he received a bachelor of fine arts in photography and a bachelor of fine arts in printmaking from Arizona State University. Shortly after graduation, he became an artisan for the internationally-known fine art foundry Bollinger Atelier.

His work has been published by LUX magazine (2014, 2015), HAFNY (Humble Arts Foundation, 2017), Light Leaked (2017), APÉRO magazine (2018), and Average Art in the UK. He has exhibited in Tohono Chul (Tucson), The Lion’s Den (Austin, Texas), Modified Arts (Phoenix), Millepiani (Rome), and most recently with Fronteer Arts and Platforms Project (Athens).