Speaker: Christoph Klütsch
April 11-14, 2007
San Francisco, California

Speakers: Biography

Christoph Klütsch

Scentific coordinator
University of Applied Sciences
Flughafenallee 10
Zentrum fur Informatik und Medientechnologie ZIMT
28199 Germany

Dr. phil Christoph Klütsch studied Philosophy, Art History and German Literature in Freiburg, Hamburg, and Heidelberg (Germany). From 1999-2002 he worked as author, editor, and concepter for multimedia exhibitions for Inter/Aktion in Munich. He is author of three multimedia CD-ROM’s on the history of: computers, photography and money (Springer Heidelberg). He received his PhD in 2006 at the University Bremen, Germany with “Computer Graphic – Ästhetische Experimente zwischen zwei Kulturen” (SpringerWienNewYork 2007 (forthcoming). From 2004-2006 he worked as research associate and scientific coordinator for the interdisciplinary and international research project on Visual Hegemonies at the International University Bremen, Germany. He is currently working as the project coordinator for MORITZ at the University of Applied Sciences, Bremen (Germany). Christoph Klütsch presented his research at international media conferences in London (England), Banff (Canada), Bremen (Germany), and New York (2007).

Christoph will demonstrate MORITZ: A European mobile media project for historical textile industry museums. [Demonstration]