With photography as an entry point, Danielle is interested in new approaches to image making; the shortcomings of the medium; slippages between innovation and understanding. Her work is most successful when it creates a new visual taxonomy for looking through the post-photographic lens. She preys on the natural friction between the photograph and veracity to achieve this.
Ezzo's work has been written about in the Boston Globe, Tate, BKN Magazine, and Lenscratch and exhibited internationally at such galleries as IRL Gallery (OH), Dose Projects (NY), A.C. Institute (NY), The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, The Far Eastern Museum of Art (Russia). She's lectured at the academic conference HISTART’14 (Istanbul), Carrot Creative, and IFP Media Center about new digital workflows, on a panel about the future of photography at Eyebeam, and am published in The New Inquiry.
Danielle is a MFA graduate of Lesley University College of Art & Design in the department of Photography and Integrated Media. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.