is a sound artist whose work traverses sound installation, performative sound art 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.
NICHTS oder Herr Käseweis fliegt zum Mond
Object-theatre | Sound Design
Mr. Käseweis is desperate. Always this noise! Someone is always playing soccer, listening to music or dancing! Why can't NOTHING happen for once?
And that's exactly what happens. A little NOTHING comes to visit and eats Mr. Käseweis' TV, his chips and finally the house, the street, the city. Mr. Käseweis flees! But where to? And how can he get rid of the NOTHING?
NICHTS is puppet theater for young spectators. The object theater artist ANDREU ANDREU and the sound designer Peter Breitenbach set off into the depths of NOTHING. There they meet seagulls, fish and a plug that connects the ocean with outer space. [Source]
“The stage is now bathed in blue light and Breitenbach conjures up a captivating acoustic underwater atmosphere that finally beams you away from Treptower Park.” - Katja Kollmann, Fidena
Pictures: Marcus Lieberenz / bildbuehne.de
Concept and play ANDREU ANDREU
Sound design Peter Breitenbach
Technical support Kai Günther
Supported by the district office Treptow-Köpenick of BerlinDepartment of Culture and Museums
Co-production with the Schlossplatztheater Köpenick.
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