Dani O’Neill is a female visual-film artist and photographer from South Africa currently living and working in the USA. Her creative work focuses on intimate conversations around representation, identity, and gendered agenda through lens work, experimental parody, and image language in a post-internet space.
Her primary mediums of work consist of multimedia photography (film and digital), digital art and glitch video work.
By looking at spaces of existence and self-reflection, the artist attempts to play with the language of images in ways that are subtly dystopic, deconstructing and humourous, and use the language of camera as both a tool and a weaponised medium of reproducing multiple gazes and questioning ways of seeing.
Exhibitions at the KZNSA