Danielle Reynolds is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates works that comprise interchangeable components of: large-scale painting, sculpture, moving image, sound and performance. Her work is generated from a studio practice that engages with notions of ‘not knowing’ and failure as desirable states to work from/with. The resulting work commonly employs recurrent themes of humour, gesture, popular culture and futility. Danielle completed her Honours at VCA (Victoria College of Arts) following the completion of a Bachelor of Fine Arts at RMIT University in 2015. Danielle spent six months studying at Chelsea College of Arts: The University of Arts London. In 2017 she was selected for the Next Wave Kickstart Helix Program to develop and present ‘Canine Choreography’ in the 2018 Next Wave Festival. Danielle has exhibited nationally and internationally in a number of group and solo shows: most recently she performed and exhibited work in Every Dog Will Have Its Day at Casula Powerhouse, and ‘The Ronan Keating prophecy: ‘Life Is A Rollercoaster’ (“just gotta ride it”)’ at Mailbox Art Space.