Chris Kondek

Christiane Kühl and Chris Kondek (doublelucky productions) have been developing performances and installations that investigate the invisible infrastructures of our social, economic and private living circumstances since 2004. Christiane Kühl studied modern German literature, philosophy and Spanish. She was an arts editor for newspapers and magazines (among them die tageszeitung and KulturSPIEGEL) and also worked for the festival steirischer herbst for 12 years. Chris Kondek began his career as a video designer in 1990 while a member of the experimental Wooster Group in New York. He worked with Laurie Anderson and Robert Wilson before moving to Germany in 1999 where he has continued creating video for directors including Meg Stuart and Stefan Pucher as well as his own theatrical works.