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Nik Haffner studied dance at the Australian Ballet School in Melbourne and at HFMDK Frankfurt. In 1994 he joined Ballet Frankfurt. In the past few years he has worked increasingly in film and multimedia and has created video installations for several of William Forsythe's pieces. Since contributing to the CD-ROM "Improvisation Technologies", he has also worked regularly with the ZKM, Centre for Art and Media Technology in Karlsruhe. Now a freelance dancer and choreographer, he is making works for theatre, film and exhibitions. He has been teaching at many institutions as guest lecturer. Since November 2008 he has been guest professor at the HZT Berlin since November 2012 his Artistic Director.
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Movement artist (dancer/interdisciplinary performer), Academic Educators (formally teaching and researching in a university)
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