Daniel Romero Nieto

Norway (residence), Mexico (citizenship) °1980

Romero is scientific research and professional fine art. Currently, he is working as an independent Researcher in Trondheim, Norway.




He's interested in the self-exploration of mind and matter, using the art@science as the methodology. Over the time he has been working the matter in different fields (art, architecture and science), with the same common factor; “Mind-Matter” relationship.


He has been inquiring the depth connections of subconsciousness mind and matter through the creative process, specifically, the complex network of subconsciousness structures shapes and structures that emerge to the consciousness. This process seems to me, a natural growth out of a need. At that point, He has found new ways of expressing the world in new language.


The artistic research began with an act of creation and follows a path of reflection, exploring different perspectives that give different realities. The proposal seeks to explore different ways of communication between the observer (spectator), object (artistic piece) and the creator (artist). Attempting to study; the aesthetics through the relationship between art and cognitive unconscious potential processes. Based on the interpretation of art, mind, and matter I seek to build a model of reality, which leads to the bases of Aesthetic Holographic Theory.



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  • DANIEL (2007-2010)
    Degree: Doctorate, UNAM (Mexico), recipient: Daniel Romero Nieto
    Artistic Work This proposal is "through art" where the practice is explored and reflect in action through self-examination, is a structure that involves the act of creation, but has purpose an analytical and theoretical approach to this process. Both science and art come from the same root as is "creative curiosity" each with a particular language, but the Art@Science proposes to unify these two ways to describe new communication languages, the intimate curiosity of the individual and creative curiosity of the universe. I use Art@Science as a tool that allow me to explore reality, in different paths of knowledge. Using art and science as the main methodology to explore the mechanism of perception by studying the morphic resonance theory and creation mechanism by analysing the subconscious mind. The main goal of this research is to provide pictorial-experimental-theoretical bases of starting a new aesthetic theory.

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