Currently working as an Artistic and Research Assistant at the Department of Media & Art in Zurich University of the Arts, and in parallel completing a PhD at Concordia University, Montreal, Christoph Brunner is also currently editing a book and has written various book chapters, journal articles including:
- Praktiken des Experimentierens / Practices of Experimentation, Zürich: Scheidegger & Spiess
- Transversal Fields of Experience, Inflexions: Journal for Research-Creation no. 4
- "Bass Nature: Affective Expression in Dubstep" in Experiencing Mutuality: Culture, Technology and the Senses in European Music Scenes, New York: Berghahn Books
- "Nice Looking Obstacles: Parkour and the Urban Practice of Deterritorialization, AI & Society 26, no. 2 (May 2011).
Christoph lives and works between Zurich and Montreal where he is an active member of the SenseLab - A Laboratory for Thought in Motion. He has been actively engaged in artistic practice/workshops, teaching and researching in Zurich University of the Arts, Concordia University, Université de Montréal and University Bremen.
His PhD-Thesis Relational Ecologies: Aesthetic Practices, Research-Creation, and Politics deals with the transformation of research in light of collective practices of aesthetic experimentation.