Claudia Rohrmoser


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Video and motion designer Claudia Rohrmoser works in the field of visual music and expanded cinema. Trained as a fine artist and musician, she explores the link between the musical and visual realm within animation and live cinema montages. Her works include experimental animation shorts, audiovisual performances and video stage designs. In interdisciplinary collaborations with musical composers, choreographers and set designers she designed video installations for concerts, opera productions and contemporary music and dance performances (i.a. Mutek Festival Tokio, Ars Electronica, Inventionen Festival Berlin, Teatro Real Madrid, Salzburger Osterfestspiele, Elbphilharmonie und Kampnagel Hamburg, Theater Bielefeld).

She is founder of “Cinema Vertigo” a platform for artistic research in the field of media spaces. She studied Multimedia Arts / Computer Animation at FH Salzburg University of Applied Sciences and Experimental Film and Media Arts at UdK Berlin University of the Arts. At present she is professor of Motion Design and Media Scenography at HSBI Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Claudia was born in Salzburg, Austria and lives in Berlin.

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