Danielle Bursk's art is about accumulation and connection, concentrating primarily in drawing/painting and performance/video. She is known for her large-scale abstract ink drawings. Her work is primarily abstract and incremental; the accumulation of many small lines creating abstract forms that are suggestive of objects or landscapes. She relates her drawings to many things: nests, networks, webs, traps, nets, hair, vines, space, maps and more. Danielle's work speaks to the inter-connectivity of actions and associations. "I frequently relate the action of making marks with the repetitive actions of my daily life. Seen separately, they have little consequence, but when overlapped and accumulated they become something of value."
All are invited to attend an Artist Talk on Tuesday, June 30 at 7pm in the Princeton Public Library Community Room.