Fredrik Skåtar started his studio in Berlin in 2010. Since 2012 he is also a PhD researcher within the field of architecture at the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), Lund University, focusing on the development and application of generative design tools. Previously, Fredrik Skåtar worked four years as a project manager at Studio Olafur Eliasson GmbH where he was involved in the design, planning and realization of several exhibitions, installations and art pieces. He has also worked for Tema Architects, White Architects and collaborated with Ralph Appelbaum, Institut für Raumexperimente, Art+Com, Phocus Brand Contact, Ivana Franke, Lichtbau, amongst others.
Exhibitions, lectures, publications
Exhibition at Blooom Art fair, Cologne, Germany. Works exhibited; Vibration mirror, Wave table
Exhibition “We create Berlin” at Volkswagen Automobilforum, Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany. Works exhibited; Astrohedron (Orion), Rhombohedra, Vibration mirror, Wave table
Exhibition at Olympus OM-D, Opernwerkstätten, Berlin
Lecture at Olympus OM-D, Opernwerkstätten, Berlin
Published in the Mexican art magazine Vocero, five pages interview with images.
Published by Gestalten, showing the Vibration mirror, Wave table, Composition of triangles and Fibonacci drawings at separete occassions.
Exhibition at Berliner Verlag, Berlin, showing the paper installation “Composition of triangles”.
Exhibition at Modtar Projects, Copenhagen, showing the installation “Verschachtelt”. >www.modtarprojects.com
Lecture on Studio Fredrik Skåtar at the LTH School of Architecture, Lund, Sweden. >www.arch.lth.se
Published by Designboom, showing the Vibration mirror and Wave table
Lecture about the project “Making clouds” at the Institut für Raumexperimente, UdK, Berlin > www.raumexperimente.net
Published in the Danish photography magazine Filter för fotografi, presenting the project “Making clouds” > www.filterforfotografi.net/
Exhibition with “Geistprojekt”, Berlin, > www.geistprojekt.net (temporary website)
Grant from Konstnärsnämnden – The Swedish Arts Grants Committee for the project “Matter of sound” >www.konstnarsnamnden.se
Grant from Kungliga Akademien för de fria konsterna, The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Tengbom Foundation >www.konstakademien.se
Grant from Helge Ax:son Johnson Foundation >www.haxsonj.se
Grant from Konstnärsnämnden – The Swedish Arts
Grants Committee for the project “From animation to sculpture” >www.konstnarsnamnden.se
Grant from Kungliga Akademien för de fria konsterna, The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Mortner Foundation >www.konstakademien.se
Grant from the Swedish Institute and The Japanese Foundation for the project “Automata — exploring the relation between man and machine in Japan” >www.si.se >www.japanstiftelsen.se
Grant from Konstnärsnämnden – The Swedish Arts Grants Committee for the project “Making clouds” >www.konstnarsnamnden.se
Jenny and Victor Bood’s scholarship “to youth, running a qualified practice within the fields of trades and crafts”
Jenny and Victor Bood’s scholarship
Grant from the foundation of Senator Emil Possehl in association with The Swedish Institute >www.si.se
Grant from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst >www.daad.de