Malte Zander (born in 1991, Germany) is an artist and filmmaker living and working in Vienna, Austria. He studied Painting in the class of Henning Bohl at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Film at Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains.
Combining computer-generated imagery with film and canvas, he creates moving image as well as freeze-frame works. His narrative environments are often times spatially and temporally constructed over the range of several exhibitions in reference to online image culture and cinematic storytelling.
In 2019 he was awarded the Kunsthalle Wien Prize for his graduation exhibition Torpor. For his solo show at Kunsthalle Vienna, he developed the large-scale film installation Languor.
His work has been shown at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, La Casa Encendida, Plug In ICA, Exile Gallery and Gärtnergasse among others.