selfish artist



I  teamed up with Japanese born, Berlin based artist, Hiroyasu Tsuri – aka Twoone – to deliver Cast a Shadow, a filmic portrait. 

Filmed over three months, Cast a Shadow deliberately eschews a process driven thematic, choosing instead to take the viewer on an intimate exploration of the artist’s many characters and the creative beast that lies within. An investigation into Twoone’s psychological portraiture series, the film delves deep into the artist’s subconscious and demonstrates the physical manifestation of these thoughts as they arise during the creative process. 

The resulting film is as innovative as it is insightful as we watch the artistic progression unfold from subconscious thought, to cognition and into its final iteration as a physical object.



newcastle nights, 2013
From the most recent zine which is currently available on the internet
and will be available at the upcoming show in sydney at the tate gallery on the 30th of october

I recently produced a short video for a clothing collaboration between “the Bowery” and “Lee Jeans Australia”. The video entitled “the cruel hand of creation” is now available to be viewed and the clothing featured will be online and I stores across the country very shortly. I hope you enjoy and thanks to those who helped this project come to life. http://youtu.be/ZokzTuQRK50

i recently put together a website, that collates a number of images created over the years. a mix of both personal and commercial projects. finally after too many years not having a website i present www.michaeldanischewski.com
my new photo zine is now up for pre sale atwww.michaeldanischewski.bigcartel.com $15
orders will be shipped september 12th or can be picked up from the 615 group show “Time Flies” on the same date (show details below)
Ian Strange aka KID ZOOM, 2013
Fragments of a video tutorial i made for a client regarding multiple uses for their garments.
insta @mdanischewski
Recently I have been cooking up some screens with help from melbourne based screen printers Dangerfork. 
The image is also going to be used as the cover for my next zine which will be titled “Head in the Ceiling Fan”
Both the zine and Print will be available in the near future, I am hoping to launch both at an upcoming 615 group show in melbourne(more about that soon) and in sydney at my first solo show at the tate in late october.
Its going to be a busy few months.
follow www.studiosixfifteen.tumblr.com for all things 615 
and dangerfork.com for all your screen priniting needs. the crew there are super rad and produce heaps of awesome work.
cheers Mike D
callum / the seven seas 2013