Julian Klein is director of the Institute for Artistic Research Berlin, Germany. He studied composition, music theory, mathematics and physics. He is founding member and artistic director of the interdisciplinary performance art group a rose is. From 2003 he was member of the Young Academy at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the German National Academy of Natural Scientists Leopoldina. Currently he is collaborating scholar at Instititute for Theatre Studies at Free University Berlin and research fellow at Concordia University, Montréal, Canada. Since 2007, he is teaching directing at the University of Arts Berlin.
Selected works and productions
2015. The Balloon. A German C(h)ase. Music Theatre.
2014. Leviathan. Music for Arno Schmidt.
2013. Infamous Perspectives
2011. Hans Schleif
2010. Brain Check
2008. HUM - the Art of Collecting. www.taxomania.de
2001-2004. Brain study. Performance Installation for interconnected Brain Players.
Selected text publications
2010. What is Artistic Research?
2010. Emotion Theatre. Comments on the feeling of playing. Forum Modernes Theater.
2010. The other side of the frame. Fundamental principles of an artistic theory of relativity. In: Flach/Söffner, Habitus in Habitat II - Other Sides of Cognition. Bern