Daniele Albright is a multidisciplinary artist and designer whose work, often characterized by a desire to bridge form and intangibility, is deeply influenced by minimalism and conceptual art movements. Interested in collapsing the contradictions between form and formlessness, her art practice often focuses on the immaterial as the indeterminate and shifting space between perception and the material world.
Working from the opposite direction in her design work, she focuses on solid and often hard edged forms, exploring their most essential, critical elements to find resonance in simple but compelling geometries. Many of the design projects are done under the name Videre Licet.
She received a BFA from Parsons/The New School, an MFA from CalArts, and additional Masters degrees from UC Irvine in literary critical theory and visual studies.