Born in Zurich 1960.

2012 «Primordial Matter», Kunstforum Baloise, Basel, CH
2011 «Media Perspective», Organhaus Art Space, Chongqing, CN (cat)
2010 «Monica Studer / Christoph van den Berg», Fondation Beyeler, Riehen / Basel, CH
2009 «Beyond the Picturesque», S.M.A.K., Museum of Contemporary Art, Gent, B (cat)
2006 «Somewhere Else is the Same Place», Kunstmuseum Solothurn, CH (cat)
2005 «Package Holiday», BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK
2005 «YAMA», world exposition 2005, Swiss pavilion, Aichi, JPN

Among other awards, we got the 'Swiss Federal Fine Art' Price in 2000, and have been awarded studio exchanges in London, Helsinki and Paris. In 2003, we did a visiting professorship for New Media at the Kunsthochschule Kassel.

About works / performance
We began making collaborative works in the field of computer media art at the beginning of the 1990ies. We developped spatial layouts based on programs which we designed ourselves, and began to write interactive software accompanying large installational displays of screens, data and sculptures. When the Internet came up we became interested in web art, which we often like to combine with physical extensions in real space. We are intrigued by the various possibilities of linking digital and physical media, and by the way technology can determine the way we perceive imagery in a new way.

Transfer, Panoramic image in public space, 2003, inkjet-print on PVC tarpaulin, Image H 500 x W 3100 cm, Foto:Serge Hasenböhler

Yama-Swiss Pavilion, Expo 2005 Aichi, Japan, Mountain surface: inkjet-print on PVC tarpaulin, Mountain structure: wood, H 840 x L 3500 x W 2350 cm, Backdrop image: H 680 x W 1680 cm

Hotel Vue des Alpes, Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, 2010, Exhibition project in the Media Space, various interactive works from Vue des Alpes, Site-specific "boulder" (wood, painted), Foto: Serge Hasenböhler

Dark Matter, 2011, Screenshot, digital animation, loop 6 min, HD 720p25
Gallery Nicolas Krupp 

Spell #2133, 2011, inkjet-print / photopaper, uv laminated on 1.5mm aluminium, 144 x 138 cm, Gallery Nicolas Krupp

A Band of Floating Mushrooms, 2011, Kunstfreilager, Münchenstein, 2011, Permanent installation, Kunstfreilager, broadcasting random generated music live stream., H 654 cm x L 449 x W 423, white-coated aluminium, cables, PC, and website<

White Matter, 2011, H 176.8 x L x 137.6 x W 999 cm, digital paper model
Gallery Nicolas Krupp