The work of Matthias Danberg, that is created in seclusion at the computer over months and sometimes years, varies between cinematic short stories, philosophical essays and animated sculpture and leads into allegorically charged scenarios in which art and contemporary history are interwoven with different narrative structures. His artistic practice forms a conceptually complex structure in the dualism between the artificial qualities of digital imagery and individual style and thus reflects the relationship of present technical possibilities with a over centuries grown art history.
Danbergs art explores dystopian science fiction scenarios in contrast to greek sculpture (Order, 2013-15), it combines industrial factories with religious figures (S.C.A., 2012) or follows two philosophers on their path to knowledge (Inner Salt, 2011).
Matthias Danberg lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Filmographie (2009-2014) 2009 Hypogeum, 3d Computeranimation, 7:16 min 2009 o.T. (Portrait Napoleon), 3d Computeranimation, 5:20 min 2009 o.T. (Flake), 3d Computeranimation, 2:28 min 2010 Steinfahrt, 3d Computeranimation, 5:48 min 2011 Inner Salt, 3d Computeranimation, 7:35 min 2012 s.c.a., 3d Computeranimation, 6:45 min 2012 o.T. (Leviathan), 3d Computeranimation, 1:47 min 2013 Inventar, 3d Computeranimation, 5:30 min 2013-2015 Order, 3d Computeranimation, 24:30 min