Danielle Freakley is a Seychellois-Australian artist mostly working in performance, social practice, interactive systems and sculpture. People can often accidentally collaborate with her, just through bumping into her. Her works can distort social communication and relationships, exposing lurking historical and private subtexts in day to day life... live unconscious linguistic cartography.  

She has exhibited in various international biennials, triennials, national museums, state galleries, contemporary art spaces, kitchen floors, snake temples, theme parks, clothes, bins, beaches, conversations, trainstation toilets and graves.