b. 1965, UK; lives and works in Gloucestershire
Daniel Chadwick is known for mobiles and kinetic works that mechanically evoke nature, as well as for his large-scale sculpture and paintings. He has a background in both art and engineering, having contributed to the design team at Zaha Hadid Architects (1987-91) and worked on international projects before devoting his attention to sculpture.The delicacy and complexity of his kinetic works evince his engineering background, while simultaneously conveying humour and a sense of fun.
Chadwick’s work is found in private, corporate and public collections around the world, with much exhibited in public spaces.
He works mainly to commission, often to create unique, site-specific installations. In 2017, he exhibited in the group show Static/Kinetic for the opening of Alice Black Gallery, London.