Christoph Klütsch studied Philosophy, Art History and German Literature in Freiburg, Hamburg, and Heidelberg (Germany) with private language studies and research in England and the United States. From 1999-2002 he worked as author, editor and concepter for the multimedia company Inter/Aktion in Munich. He is author of three multimedia CD-ROM's on the history of: computers, photography and money (Springer Heidelberg). 2002-2005 dissertation project about the 'early beginnings of computer art' with Sigrid Schade-Tholen (Zürich) and Frieder Nake (University Bremen) as supervisors. Since 2004 he has worked as research associate and scientific coordinator for an interdisciplinary and international research project on Visual Hegemonies at the International University Bremen, Germany. In 2005 he presented a paper at Creativity & Cognition 2005 at the Goldsmith College, London on the "The Summer 1968 in London and Zagreb: Starting or End Point for Computer Art?". He is married to an US-citizen and lives in Bremen, Germany.