211 24 Malmö
Digitaliseum is an artist owned and non-profit gallery presenting contemporary digital art by new and emerging artist as well as established international and Swedish artists working within the digital format. Digitaliseum was founded in Malmö 2015 and is located in the old industrial harbor area just minutes walk from the center of Malmö City.
David Krantz is born 1965, lives and works in Malmö. In his art he has previously used traditional techniques although his works are far from traditional. Often he takes as a starting point an older technique or style and produces his own version of it. By twisting the contents and moving the viewer’s perspective he brings the past into our present. Over the past fifteen years, David has moved from painting and other traditional techniques toward the digital. He works on the frontline of what is technically possible using software and 3D-printing. Despite all the technology that forms the foundations of his works they are not perceived as mechanical or rigid but lively and organic. David Krantz has studied at the Art Schools Forum in Malmö and Valand Academy in Gothenburg. He has had solo exhibitions and been a part of group exhibitions at Malmö Konsthall, Moderna Museet Malmö, Liljevalchs, Dunkers Kulturhus, Borås konstmuseum as well as many other galleries and art galleries. Fredrik Weerasinghe was born 1967 iMalmö, Sweden and studied in the 90s fine art, design and architecture at the Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Academy of Fine Art in Rome and Naples and at The Art Students League in New York. He graduated from Chelsea Collage of Art & Design (P.G. Dip. in Fine Art) 2001 and from Byam Shaw/Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design (Master of Fine Art) 2003 in London. Fredrik has been commissioned by Pfizer, Museum of Emigration and the City of Malm