Hendrik Weber

Hendrik Weber is a composer, producer and artist. He is best known for his electronic dance music project Pantha du Prince. Other more experimental approaches are glühen 4, where he focuses on microtonal and digital self-destruction processes, and Ursprung, a platform for experiments with guitar and electronics. In his installations, sound interweaves with architecture and objects creating new experiential spaces. In 2011, Weber developed a post-apocalyptic dance piece together with the French collective Last Last shown at Centre National de la Dance, Paris, Le Subsistance, Lyon, and Tanzquartier, Vienna. In collaboration with Norwegian composer Lars Petter Hagen he investigated bells and melodic percussion for a piece in a 64 bell carillon.

As of April 2016