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Stefan Fransson

Born in: 1955

Sweden

Biography

Stefan Fransson is a Swiss digital contemporary artist and sculptor, born in 1955. He did a masters in Arts at the Royal School of Fine arts in Stockholm, Sweden, he finished his training by specializing in sculpture at the Konstfack University of Arts in Stockholm and Chelsea arts school in London, UK.

The abstract compositions of Stefan Fransson go beyond the dimensions of time and space, towards an unusual optical experience. He adds on outrageous aspects to the complexity of these layouts and shapes up immensity, which escape our senses. One can't perceive the beginning or the end, just some familiar elements...memories or dreams, these details are strange. Layers of digital collage make up a thoughts. Suggestion, finesse tone down the traditional and linear paradigms. Playing with light and transparencies, Stefan Fransson's world floats in space. The beauty of the Earth is underlined and so is Science.

Since 1975, Stefan Fransson has been doing personal exhibitions in Sweden and collective ones abroad, especially Denmark and Austria. His work is part of several private collections all over Europe, but also the local headquarters of Google in Stockholm.

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Stefan Fransson, Stranded, Print

Stefan Fransson

Stranded, 2016
50 x 50 cm
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Stefan Fransson, Spectrum, Print

Stefan Fransson

Spectrum, 2011
50 x 50 cm
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Stefan Fransson, Seasons, Print

Stefan Fransson

Seasons, 2010
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Stefan Fransson, Pages, Print

Stefan Fransson

Pages, 2012
41 x 41 cm
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Stefan Fransson, Easter, Print

Stefan Fransson

Easter, 2010
41 x 41 cm
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