Daniel Daam-Rossi is a Visual Maker working in the fields of design and futures. Alongside developing his own work as ‘Designer in Residence’ at Harbourfront Centre (Toronto), he is establishing design research studio ‘Radical Norms’, where he and two colleagues investigate possible and alternative futures through applied prototypes, products, immersive experiences and other visualisation methods.
Daam-Rossi is currently developing a project arc called ‘Placeholder’; exploring how objects accumulate meaning through a developed ‘common understanding’. ‘Pattern Recognition’ is a series of ‘graphic objects’ within this arc.
Daam-Rossi holds a BDes from the University of Alberta, and an MFA in Storytelling from Konstfack in Stockholm, Sweden. He is currently an Artist-in-Residence (Design) at Harbourfront Center, Toronto.