Daniel Romphf, GRIP, 2015

“I used to advertise my loyalty and I don’t believe there is a single person I loved that I didn’t eventually betray.” - Albert Camus

About the Artist:
Daniel Romphf’s practice gravitates towards appropriated images and objects rendered through a discourse of commodification and of personal experience. Often drawing from visual sources that imprinted on the artist during his adolescence and current adolescent nostalgia, he re-constructs paraphernalia informed by the endlessly scrolling gesture of miscellaneous screens. Alongside his use of found objects and readymade images there is a meta-fictional take on rural and suburban culture throughout his artistic practice. Daniel Romphf will receive his Honors BFA in May 2015 and has exhibited in various venues throughout Winnipeg.

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