Holly Danger is an Experiential Designer and Video Artist. She is also the Founder of Danger Gallery, an immersive video art space in Stamford, CT.
Danger’s work explores the synchronization of video, art and sound, and how it relates to emotion, environment and experience. She mixes analog and digital layers to create vibrant audiovisual collages, and projection maps the work into site-specific installations.
She also performs her work live at galleries, concerts, and festivals, and on her weekly live stream show. Her work has spanned the spectrum from the Museum of the Moving Image to the desert at Burning Man.
Danger’s work stems from an early obsession with design magazines from the 1960′s and the influence of her grandfather. She grew up listening to his stories as a mural artist, creating art with Romare Bearden.
In 2016 she opened the Danger Gallery to bring experiential events and immersive installations to her creative community.