"Art is a kind of metaphor for everything that originates from and is based upon other values, such as spiritual, artistic, social, and philosophical ones. For me, art is one of the last few true expressions of the individual and of the inner self, not created because of marketing or consumer needs."

Daniel Rozenberg aka Dadara is a world-famous multidisciplinary artist who creates one-of-a-kind art. Dadara's brilliant artworks encompass activities that combine different art forms. His art is often experimental, seeking new forms of expression and existing between established platforms. His artistic journey started with some cartoon drawing for the comic magazine and painting hundreds of flyers and record covers for the techno scene. Over the years Dadara started concentrating on paintings and eventually took his reflections on society out of the two-dimensional environment of the canvas into the public domain.

Dadara's artworks are often comic, decorative, and whimsical, and their tone has a deep and sometimes hidden message. He is also quite known for some seriously extravagant installations and performances he creates all over the world. Most of the time, Dadara's art encourages viewers to question the role that media and propaganda play in their conscious and unconscious decisions.

Through his amazing art, Dadara often flirts with the audience, making them "open their eyes and minds" and be aware of their surroundings and wider role in society. By tackling governmental control, lack of transparency, privacy issues, and regulations, and on the other hand value creation, money, and dreams, Dadara's art poses so many questions of our contemporary world.

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