At the end of 2018, Daniel was featured in issue 3 of DREAM, a Spanish magazine which is described as ‘a visual platform that deals with the world of matter and explores the connections between objects and their owners’. He worked on a series of photographs: Amulets. Daniel also curated and produced his first solo exhibition at Elinga Teatro entitled Eudaimonia (Greek for ‘human flourishing or prosperity’; ‘blessedness’).
At the beginning of 2019, he was given the opportunity to curate an exhibition with Angolan artist Muamby Wassaky. The exhibition, entitled Prosopagnosia, was by Angolan artist and filmmaker Wyssolela Moreira, who’s currently based in Toronto, Canada. Prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness, is a cognitive disorder in which the ability to recognise familiar faces, as well as your own (self-recognition), is impaired. The artist says that she created this project ‘to help and heal the Angolan society and many other African nations from their social-prosopagnosia’.