Christophe Meierhans (Switzerland, 1977) started out as a composer but works in a wide variety of media. He has previously appeared at Kaaitheater with much talked-about productions like Some use for your broken clay pots (2014), in which he presented a new form of democratic regime, and Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen – A hundred wars to world peace (2015) – an exercise in anarchy through cooking. Christophe experiments with participation and the politicisation of ostensibly ordinary acts. At Kaaitheater, he also presented The Thing (2017) together with Ant Hampton and Trials of Money (2018), a special tribunal for semi-human persons. He is a member of the Extinction Rebellion movement.
From 2017 to 2021 Christophe Meierhans is an artist in residence at Kaaitheater.