In a world of mental and spiritual sloth, apathy is the real enemy (not coronavirus) and art could be everyone’s therapy.

Music, visual art, cinema, theatre and performance have the ability to reach deep inside us and elicit a raw emotional response, when our empathy troughs have run dry. In line with this worldview, South African artist Daniel Popper creates larger than life installation structures, which elevate the individual’s experience of the space itself.

Popper says, “I am inspired to create spaces for people. To create something out of this world that transports people out of their familiar surroundings. The pieces I create are often places for people to engage, connect and share experiences, sometimes internally with themselves and sometimes with each other”.

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