Daniela Trinkl is an Austrian visual artist based in Vienna and Linz. She works in the fields of sculpture and installation.


After graduating from the College of Object Design in 2011, Trinkl studied art history at the University of Vienna, where she graduated in 2016 (BA). She is currently completing an MA at the University of Art and Design in Linz at the Department of Plastic Conceptions with Prof. Frank Louis.


The artist has shown her work in several national and international exhibitions. Her latest projects included House of losing control, Vienna Art Week (2021) and BestOff Kunstuni Linz (2021), where she was selected by Angela Stief, Director of the Albertina Modern, and Florian Waldvogel, Head of the Modern Collection, Ferdinandeum Tyrol. Trinkl's works are in both private and public collections such as the Dr. Hans Hoch Foundation in Neumünster/D. The artist has received various work and travel grants, including a travel grant from the Federal Chancellery of Austria. She has also been selected to participate in several artist-in-residence programmes, such as the KUNSTsammlung des Landes OÖ at Salzamt Linz as well as the renowned PILOTENKUECHE in Leipzig. Trinkl has participated in artist talks, such as Talk at the Kunstquartier Alte Handelsschule Leipzig, and was invited to speak about her work at Freies Radio Neumünster, where she did one of her residencies.