With his work, Klaus W. Eisenlohr is concerned with themes of architecture, public space and perceptions of space. The photographic images become signs of urban space. With public interventions art practice turns into direct communication. In his film essays he develops a visual language that is based on the tradition of avant-garde, and takes the viewer on discourses of spatial iconography.
As artist-curator at The Berlin International Directors Lounge, a media art festival based Berlin he is selecting the Urban Research program and organizes monthly screenings.
He is lecturer in photography at Photocentrum of Gilbert-Bosques-Volkshochschule Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg