Born 1965 in Austria.
Studied architecture at the Technical University in Vienna, the University of Michigan and the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
After his studies he turned to the new media (digital videos) and theoretical works. He is interested in mass phenomena, such as Internet and metropoles.
Selected exhibitions: “Tokyo Superdichte” (audiovisual installation, Podroom, Vienna, 2000), “Superheroes” (video projection, Podroom, Vienna, 2000) and “Total Control, 24 Hours Video Supervision” (Cochran Ave, Los Angeles). Prizes: purchase Membrane Design Competition (Japan, 1997) and purchase WBW Traumhäuser heute (Germany, 1996).
1996-97 research grant at the University of Tokyo. 1999 scholarship at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles.