This week’s visual relief is brought to you by Dadara, Daniel Rozenberg.

“A kind of tweaked mirror which reflects our society, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. Perhaps a black mirror, but one that has a rainbow at the end of the tunnel.” is how he describes his work. You might know Dadara from an eight-meter ‘Greyman Statue of No Liberty’, placed next to Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. The statue marked the start of his career as a multidisciplinary artist, somewhere between an installation- and performance artist, designer, and cartoonist. Since the turn of the century, his focus has shifted towards extravagant interactive performance-installations in public space. Here’s what he made at his Amsterdam studio since the start of the pandemic.