Studio De Wilde

Studio De Wilde

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Studio De Wilde is a multi- and interdisciplinary studio established by Frederik De Wilde focusing on the interstice of art, science and technology in digital and physical spaces. We have a strong emphasis on innovation, tailored concepts and cutting-edge solutions. We develop in-house technologies, hardware and code, AI and data-driven approaches for audiovisual experiences, immersive and interactive content. Our studio accepts collaborations with forward thinking brands and companies to explore. and develop, exceptional projects . Frederik has exhibited in notable museums (e.g. ArtScience museum and National Gallery Singapore, MAAT, Onassis Stegi Foundation, Centre Pompidou, Carnegie Museum) and institutions (e.g. NASA, ESA, Rice and Wyoming University, European Commission), and are in permanent collections (e.g. Smithsonian, ZKM) as well as in high quality private collections (e.g. Foundation Prince Albert). Frederik is the pioneering artist that conceptualised the blackest-black. The project received an Ars Electronica Award (2010) and the Best European Collaboration Creative City Challenge Award (2012). The collaboration was extensively covered and inspired many artists worldwide, most notably Sir Anish Kapoor (Vantablack). Frederik is a finalist of the TED ideas worth spreading global talent search, and finalist of the Arab Bank Switzerland's Digital Art NFT Prize. He published several essays and papers e.g. "Artistic Approaches to Design and Manufacturing Techniques Dedicated to Space Applications” for MIT press. In 2021 he was featured in three episodes of EPISODE 8: Privacy_PART 1: Whose Data Is It? by Hyundai Motor Company in partnership with Bloomberg. Frederik is currently commissioned by the United Nations to create a permanent large-scale artwork related to the SDG’s. Other artists are e.g. Anish Kapoor, Anthony Gormley.