Daniel creates collaborative frameworks and theoretical toolsets for exploring the intersections of digital materiality, media arts, and (critical) post-humanism.
He is currently working on several speculative writing projects utilising the OpenAI Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) language model.
- Art PhD, Goldsmiths 2017
Teaching and Supervision
Daniel has supervised MA dissertations and practice-based projects on a wide variety of topics relating to digital media, media arts, and the posthumanities. He is available to supervise PhD research.
Media arts, critical posthumanism, digital materiality, the (digital) image, machine learning, science fiction
Allahyari, Morehshin and Rourke, Daniel
Further profile content
The 3D Additivist Manifesto and Cookbook
The 3D Additivist Manifesto and Cookbook are considered key critical resources in the teaching of 3D fabrication, speculative design, and digital culture in fablabs, universities, and art institutions
Goldsmiths Research Centres/Groups
Writing and Art Practice
Daniel has worked with Aksioma (Ljubljana, 2021) Arebyte Gallery (London + online, 2018) PICNIC Brasil (Rio, 2018), Photographer's Gallery (London 2018), Walk&Talk Azores (São Miguel, 2018), AND Festival (Peak District, 2017), The V&A (London, 2017), FACT (Liverpool, 2017), Centre Pompidou (Paris, 2017), Transmediale (Berlin, 2016 + 2017), Tate Modern (London, 2016), Sonic Acts (Amsterdam, 2016 + 2017), Carnegie Mellon’s STUDIO for Creative Inquiry (Pittsburgh, 2015), DarAlHokoomeh Project (Iran, 2014), Carroll/Fletcher Gallery (London, 2014), The Wellcome Trust (London, 2013), AND Festival (Manchester, 2012), GLI.TC/H Fest (Chicago, 2012), as well as HOLO Magazine, Media-N, Alluvium, and AfterImage Journals. Daniel is also a contributor to Rhizome.org and Furtherfield.org.