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Media artist, director and choreographer Klaus Obermaier creates innovative works in the field of performing arts, music, theatre and new media, highly acclaimed by critics and audience.

Klaus' performances and installations are shown at festivals and theaters throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America and Australia. He worked with dancers of the Nederlands Dans Theater, Chris Haring, Robert Tannion (DV8), Desireé Kongerød (S.O.A.P. Dance Theatre Frankfurt). He composed for ensembles like Kronos Quartet, German Chamber Philharmonics, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Balanescu Quartet, and many more.

Since 2006 he is visiting professor at the University IUAV of Venice teaching directing and new media' Also since 2006 he is member of the jury of the international choreography competition no ballet in Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Germany. In 2005 and 2008 he taught as an adjunct professor for composition at the Webster University Vienna. Since 2010 he holds courses for choreography and new media at the Accademia Nazionale di Danza di Roma and the University IUAV of Venice.

As one of Germanys major design conferences the see conference addresses the latest trends in the world of information visualization and provides a variety of insights into fields such as architecture, performance, film, art, technology, research and communication. The see conference promotes the experience of information and presented projects and people that fascinate us and can proudly be ranked among the most fascinating on their subjects.

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