Daniel Gillberg is a Swedish full time artist, currently in residence at the Centre for Ceramics in Berlin. He is mainly working in ceramics, photography and printing and his artistic practice often involves merging elements from the three.

Daniel has a strong interest for composition and the interpretation of the physicalities that surrounds us. As an artist he observe and interpret the relations between spaces, objects and sometimes human interaction. He seek to reinterpret the context and the connections between them, finding ways to visualise the unseen. 

Daniel studied art history, social anthropology, glass and ceramics, music and photography at various schools in Sweden and Norway. He also picked up classes at the Berlin University of the Arts and holds a degree in the ‘Science of Conservation of Cultural Property’ from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.