Dr. Christof Breidenich studied visual communication at the University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) in Aachen and communication design at the University of Wuppertal. Since 1992, he has worked as a self-employed media and communication designer predominantly in the areas of culture, gastronomy and art. In 1997, he founded the atelier “Breidenich and Partner - Corporate Communication in the Context of Art”, with which he put on some 250 performances and workshops throughout the world over a ten-year period.

In 1999 he completed his doctorate on the subject of interfaces of analogue and digital media under the supervision of Professor Bazon Brock at the University of Wuppertal. Breidenich was assistant lecturer for media design and hypermedia at the education faculty of the University of Cologne and the department of design at the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf.

Since 2008, he has been Professor of Media Design at the Macromedia College for Media and Communication, campus Cologne. The focus points of his work include creative, historic, dramaturgical, cognitive and artistic principles in addition to the design of interactive interfaces under particular consideration of system theory, cybernetics and non-normative aesthetics.

    - studied visual communication at the University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) in Aachen and communication design at the University of Wuppertal.
    - self-employed media and communication designer predominantly in the areas of culture, gastronomy and art. In 1997, he founded the studio “Breidenich and Partner – Corporate Communication in the Context of Art”, with which he put on some 300 performances and workshops throughout the world over a fiveteen-year period.
    - lecturer for media design and hypermedia at the education faculty of the University of Cologne, the department of design at the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf and Univeristy of the Arts, Berlin. Since 2008, he has been Professor of Media Design at the Macromedia College for Media and Communication, Campus Cologne.
    - works and studies in creative, historic, dramaturgical, cognitive and artistic principles in addition to the design of interactive interfaces under particular consideration of system theory, cybernetics and non-normative aesthetics.