Daniel Djamo works with film, performance, video art, installation, and photography to evoke the past and to underline “the now.” His work examines personal and group histories, focusing in particular on themes related to national identify. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions and video art/ film festivals internationally.
Djamo created 16 Sounds of Paper, a participatory art project that questioned the success of European integration. It focused on the routes followed by 16 Russian citizens towards Romania after the dissolution of the EU in the near future (year 2028). Djamo’s project imagines a future with the struggles and tensions we experience now within our societies while also reflecting past conflicts.