Daniel Keller’s wide-ranging output engages with issues at the intersection of economics, technology, culture and collaboration. His current focus of research is on speculative notions of progress, technological disruption and reaction from the perspective of a post-studio ‘prosumer imagineer’ artist operating within the global networked economy. As half of Aids-3D, he has exhibited internationally since 2007. In 2012 he became Director of Absolute Vitality Inc, a Wyoming based corporation-sculpture co-owned by the artist and a group of private collectors. He co-organized TEDxVaduz which was held at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in December 2013. In 2014 he participated in residencies at Casa Maauad in Mexico City, Siliqoon at MAMbo in Bologna and at Wysing Art Centre in Cambridge UK.
Daniel Keller, born 1986, is an American artist based in Berlin. Selected solo exhibitions include Lazy Ocean Drift at New Galerie in Paris (2013), eVita at Casa Maauad in Mexico City and a booth at abc Berlin with Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (2013). Selected group exhibitions include Flat Neighbours at Rachel Uffner Gallery in New York (2014), Private Settings at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw (2014), Speculations on Anonymous Materials at the Fredericianum in Kassel (2013), How Far Away is Mars at T293 in Rome and Connect 4: The Bet at Kunstwerke in Berlin (2013).