As people engage created objects they become part of a system of meanings exchanged through the medium of art.

The meanings attached to forms change over time, but the forms are more or less constant. Using physical and metaphorical forces, I generate forms to sustain engagement.



Daniel Georges lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He received an undergraduate degree in Art History and Geology from Columbia College, a Diploma in Sculpture from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and an MFA in Sculpture from School of Visual Arts, New York.

Exhibitions in 2009 included "Sculpture and Object XIV, June 25 - Aug 28, Organized by Viktor Hulik, Bratislava, Slovakia, And "Your Documents Please", traveling exhibition at Galería Ajolote Arte Contemporáneo, Guadalajara, Mexico, April 17, - May 16, GALÉRIA Z, Bratislava, Slovakia, February 12 - March 8, and Galerie Kurt im Hirsch, January 9 - February 2, Berlin, Germany.


Your Documents Please on-line catalog curatorial project

In The Flow: Alternate Authoring Strategies on-line catalog curatorial project

Franklin Furnace


International Sculpture Center