Daniel Gordon is an artist born in United States, currently working in United States.

Gordon creates temporary sculptures made from cut paper and photographs, usually found on the Internet. He cuts apart, fractures, and reunites fragments of completely unrelated images to create bizarre, whimsical, and sometimes disturbing new images, which take on a different meaning from their original counterparts. After photographing the constructed figurative tableaus, he promptly dismantles and re-fashions them into new structures. The strange and unnatural aspect of the works stimulates both attraction and repulsion. The hybrid figures are a deliberate de-canonization of feminine beauty and reconstruct the subject of portraiture. With these pictures, Gordon “misuses” photographic materials as a representational medium to question the parameters of traditional photography.