Daniel Delgado Schweitzer, graduated in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and a Master's Degree in Artistic Production from the same university. His work stands out for the relationships between body, space and viewer. Through sculptures and installations, he generates proposals where the body is decomposed and recomposed from fractal geometry as a plastic resource to create space. It explores the limits of a body that metamorphoses and dematerializes from geometry into an intangible space, to reconstitute itself in its symbolic sense. In this way, body, space and geometry are found in a work of plastic investigation, where texture, material and form contain their own narratives.
Despite his short career, he has so far developed various exhibitions in major Spanish cities such as Valencia, Córdoba, Granada, La Rioja, Barcelona and Madrid, among others. As well as internationally, after holding a show in the city of Dresden, Germany. His novel and powerful career is surprising, being the 3rd prize winner in the Sierra Elvira Foundation sculpture contest, selected for the Ciutat Bella Oberta art festival to be exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia.