Dr. Marcus Doering (born June 30th 1967) completed a PhD in physics 1998 at the Max Planck Society, Berlin. In 2007 – after several years of research activities in Toronto, Canada and project work in the area of nanotechnology – he took over a project at the renowned design office büro+staubach GmbH in Berlin: a patented camera tracking and video projection technology that was developed with André Bernhardt and premiered in 2002 at the opera “Marlow: Jew of Malta” at the Münchener Biennale 2002. Dr. Doering and André Bernhardt founded the label PMD-ART and successfully demonstrated the ongoing development of the technology with numerous pilot projects such as the IFA opening gala 2011 and several dance projects for the art world. Dr. Doering joined VISTAC GmbH at the end of 2015 to develop and adapt this technology as a complete server solution for theaters, shows and events with funding and support of German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Since 2017 Dr. Doering works with the „Deutsche Tanzkompanie“ in Neustrelitz in close collaboration with the art director Lars Scheibner.