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Jochen Claussen-Finks graduated from the internationally renowned Ulm School of Design hfg Hochschule für Gestaltung, the direct successor of the Bauhaus. He researched trade fair impact for IBM, Daimler, BMW, Apple, Siemens, Sony, Telekom and others, "brand appearance" and customer relations in form of video interviews and analytical observations as a basis for new concepts. Other activity areas are Trend Research and Style Creation of visual languages through digital and traditional media.
Since 2010 Claussen-Finks is researching worldwide news composing them into structured knowledge called "Changing World News" - A concept for Inspiration. In 2014 he published the documentary trailer “hfg ulm history” with authentic recordings from 1982 of hfg members and started the photo series “Distant Views” with pigment prints on canvas.

Anne Spiller accomplished her studies of Business and History of Art & Collecting in Paris where she developed her interest for “Corporate Inspiration - Art a Concept for Business” inspiring her Master degree. Visually sensitive and with a background in classical music, she invented a Communication Concept of highly emotional videos. Anne Spiller has international working experience with renowned galleries, auction houses, museums and art fairs. She collaborated with Asian artists in Paris and was invited to the organizing board of the Guangzhou Triennial in China in 2008. Since Summer 2010, she works with legendary photo editor John G. Morris - most famous for editing Robert Capa´s D-Day photographs. In 2014, she researched and co-authored about Henri Cartier-Bresson for the Bauhaus Foundation Dessau. Anne Spiller and John G. Morris (99) are now working on their big book project “MY CENTURY - John G. Morris”.

Emotion Impact

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