Curator, Producer, Conceptualist, Internet Strategist
Daniel has been working on the contemporary art scene for more then 10 years. As chief-curator at critically renowned kunsthalle Fargfabriken he produced a vast amount of exhibition and project, three of those have been chosen by Art Forum to be one of the ten best in the world, for three years in a row.
At Fargfabriken he saw the need to communicate as one of the major elements. And Internet was the perfect medium. It’s visual, fast, smart, measurable and visionary. And it really got people to react, interact and believe.
So he wanted to start he’s own online channel to send interviews with artists, seminars, show exhibitions and to connect with the audience. He used Internet to have real life conferences with Kinshasa in Kongo-Africa and helped develop new ways to use the depth of the computer screen. Not coming from the world of technology he and his partner Eric built own paths on how to build a channel and a brand.
In 2008 he started Dabber with his former co-worker who built the first art-tv channel in Scandinavia.
Dabber is a web agency specializing in online video. With an emphasis on unique concepts, it develops and designs next-generation web sites for people with a vision.
With a background in the contemporary art scene as well as in web development, the founders combine the latest in technology with an understanding of what makes good content.
Clients include Internet companies, music companies, tech-companies, fashion, cities, art and politics.