Frederik De Wilde, born in Belgium in 1975, works at the interstice of art, science and technology. He studied fine arts, philosophy, new media arts and design. The inaudible, intangible and invisible are at the crux of his artistic crossover practice.

An excellent example is the conceptualisation, and creation, of the Blackest-Black art made in collaboration with American universities and NASA. The project received the Ars Electronica Next Idea Award (2010) and the Best European Collaboration Award (2011) between an artist and scientist, extensively covered (e.g. Huffington post, Creators Project, TED). He published several essays and papers (Amsterdam and Chicago University Press, Leondardo Journal, MIT Press, Springer).

Frederik exhibited at BOZAR, Brakke Grond, ZKM, Carnegie Museum of Arts, Venice Biennial 2017, MuST museum, MetaMorf Biennial, National Museum of the 21st Century, Kunsthal Amersfoort, Art Basel, Tetem, LACDA, Todays Art, Z33, Singapore Art Science Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, National Gallery Singapore, Moody Center for The Arts, …


2016 Indefinite Visions Whitechapel Gallery, London, GB
2016 Frederik De Wilde De Mijlpaal gallery, Knokke, BE
2016 Frederik De Wilde De Mijlpaal gallery, Heusden-Zolder, BE
2015 Black2 Glazen Huis, NL
2015 Black2 LUCA school of arts, Brussels, BE
2015 SECRETS Science Gallery, Dublin, IE
2015 Globale: Exo-Evolution ZKM Media Museum, Karlsruhe, Germany