Christoph Dahlhausen is a German and Melbourne (AU) based artist working across media, focusing on light, colour and site specific aspects. From 2013 till 2019 he was an Adjunct Professor for Fine Art at the RMIT University, Melbourne. Dahlhausen has received numerous grants and art awards. In 2014 he had been shortlisted for the First International Light Art Award among 30 artists worldwide. Recent important solo and group exhibitions had been held at Museum of Modern Art Heide Melbourne (AU), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (AU), Kunstmuseum Bonn (DE), Museum Weserburg Bremen (DE), Kunstmuseum Ahlen (DE), Raum Schroth and Museum Wilhelm Morgner, Soest (DE), Borusan Contemporary Museum, Istanbul (TR), Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen (DE), Museum Kulturspeicher, Wuerzburg (DE), Goethe Institute Hongkong (HK). His works are held in many public collections worldwide, such as: Kunstmuseum Bonn (DE), State-Collection of GER, Berlin (DE), Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt (DE), Kunstmuseum Ahlen (DE), Sammlung Schroth, Soest (DE), Borusan Contemporary Museum, Istanbul (TR), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (AUS), Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (AUS), Massey University, Wellington (NZ), Chartwell Collection, Auckland (NZ), Jones & Taylor Collection, Canberra (AU), Harris & Hobbs Collection, Canberra (AU), Tamutso Yagi Collection, San Francisco (US).