is a sound artist, composer and sound designer whose work traverses sound installation, performative sound art, composition and sound for theatre and dance. In his installations and performances he is investigating the relationship of movement and sound, through the development of software and hardware as part of sculptural objects and instruments.
Theatre | Sound Design | Sound Sculptures
Danton's Death is a joint project of the Zimmertheater Rottweil 2002 e.V. in cooperation with the Conservatory of Music in Trossingen, Jazzfest Rottweil e.V. and the Erich-Hauser vocational school Rottweil. The project was made possible by means of the newly established innovation fond Arts of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg (D).
Marko Timlin, the musical director, developed together with the Music Design students Peter Breitenbach, Anton Hendel and Ferdinand Kohl in a series of workshops the sound concept of the play Danton's Death.
- Danton: Patrick Hellenbrand
Robespierre: Bruno Lehan
Camille: Tobias Fend
St Just: Arwid Klaws
Lucille: Fabienne Trüssel
Marion: Camilla Kalfaß, Tabea Booz, Rosa Maria Paz
Julie : Kristine Walther
- Music and Sounds: Matthias Anton, Marko Timlin, Norbert Fröhlich, Anton Hendel, Peter Breitenbach, Ferdinand Kohl
- Director Assistance, Theater Pedagogy: Rosa Maria Paz
- Dramaturgy: Elisabeth Gutjahr
- Scenography: Katharina Schlipf
Sound Design and Sound Sculptures
Zimmertheater Rottweil - Reithalle
- 20.04.2013 Premiere
- 26. - 28.04.2013