Klaus vom Bruch (b. 1952 in Cologne) studied at the California Institute of the Arts at John Baldessari and Bruce Nauman from 1975 to 1976 and a couple of semesters Philosophy, Art History and Egyptology at the University Cologne until 1981. His first videotapes he produced in 1975. Accompanied by some of these early works Klaus vom Bruch will celebrate the world premier of his recent film The McLuhan Project. In his well known ironic way reflecting on ethnologically media time phenomenons Klaus vom Bruch will take our breath away for 32 minutes with assembled text and picture provocations.
Klaus vom Bruch shows:
Duracell Tape, 1980, 9:55 min
Alliiertenband, 1982, 10:43 min
Time Without End, 1996 / 2017, 6:39 min
The McLuhan Project, 2018, 32:00 min