What happened 2081?
was a series of congresses organized by Georg Diez and Christopher Roth
The Berlin congress was realized in partnership with Kunst-Werke, Traffic News-to-go, and the Goethe Institute New Delhi / Max Mueller Bhavan.
The Johannesburg congress on May 26/27, was realized in partnership with the Goethe Institute Johannesburg and the Center for Historical Reenactments.
The New Delhi congress in September was realized in partnership with the Goethe Institute New Delhi / Max Mueller Bhavan.
The São Paulo congress never happened.
was a yearlong research by Georg Diez and Christopher Roth
It was realized in partnership with the Edition Patrick Frey Zurich, Kampnagel Hamburg, the Watermill Center New York,
the Goethe Institute Johannesburg, the Tagesanzeiger Magazin Zurich, 032c Workshop Berlin, the Theater Neumarkt Zurich,
Esther Schipper Berlin, BMW Munich, the Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, Motto Zurich, Do You Read Me?! Berlin,
possibility of a book Tel Aviv, the 72Film Berlin, the Bayerische Staatsoper Munich and the Goethe Institute New Delhi.
Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation
72film was founded by Mark Gläser, Stefan Fruth and Christopher Roth.
In 2003 Mark Gläser sold his shares to Moritz von der Groeben.
RothStauffenberg were Christopher Roth and Franz von Stauffenberg.
RS was represented by Esther Schipper.
STYLEGAMES was an internet shopping mall by Barbara Gies, Olrik Kleiner, Martin Rauhaus, Howard Sheronas,
Franz von Stauffenberg, Klaus Frahm and Christopher Roth.
The webdesign was by Holger Friese. SG ran from 1999 until 2002 and was closed on Mondays.
Elaste was founded by Thomas Elsner, Michael Reinboth, and Christian Wegner in Hanover.
When they moved to Munich Ian Moorse and Christopher Roth joined for a few issues as editors in chief.
Agentur für Bellestristik und Elektronik, Munich.
Michael Heinkel, Werner Thomas, and Christopher Roth, 1980-1982