DANIEL ROSCA is a Romanian artist based in Bucharest. He works with a varied set of media, such as paintings, ceramics, and papier-mache sculptures. His artistic discourse is strongly linked to the inner and social life of the human being and its relations with nature. Daniel appeal to water, and other natural elements are metaphorical symbols to express human states of mind, feelings and thoughts.
In WATER VOLCANOES, Daniel made use of the elements of water, wind and soil to generate a utopic environment, which expresses two ever-growing concerns: on one side drought and lack of clean water, and other, a world of physical and spiritual turmoil. Although these issues are found in his art, this does not lead to a state of despair. The positive perspective, that of hope, appears as an element meant to encourage the viewer to a constructive reflection.