Harald Hund works with video, photography and sculpture. His works depict humans under absurd circumstances and they revolve around the topics of Utopias gone wrong, science fiction versus normality and altered gravitational forces. His films employ a variety of different shooting, editing and animation techniques. They span realistic pictures of society as well as absurd comments on humans and on animals.
Harald Hund was born in 1967.
He participated in various exhibitions and international shortfilmfestivals.
He studied NEW MEDIA at the ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS VIENNA with Peter Kogler, at the UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED ARTS with ISABELLE GRAW and in the OPEN CLASS.