About

Martin Heinze is a sound artist, composer and electronic musician working in the field of experimental electronic dance music and generative art. 

He holds a Master’s Degree in Media Arts, Art Theory and Media Sciences from the University of Arts and Design (HfG) Karlsruhe, Germany.

Heinze writes and performs under artist names Martsman, Anthone and Bokeh (in collaboration with Katsunori Sawa) amongst others. His works have been published on numerous electronic music labels, such as Hidden Hawaii, Offshore, Hospital and his self-established The Weevil Neighbourhood, a creative outlet for music and media art.


CV

2024

Guest lecturer at University of Arts and Design (HfG) Karlsruhe (Summer 2024)

Generative Music Prize 2024 hosted by IRCAM, Paris: second place for Fibonacci Jungle – a generative framework for Jungle and Drum & Bass

Latent Jamming lecture at University of Arts and Design (HfG) Karlsruhe, University for Music (HfM), Karlsruhe w/ University of Bayreuth

2023

SwingBy young art award 2023 hosted by Poolhaus Blankenese, Hamburg: second place for Animalis Prismatis

Since 2019

Artistic focus on generative AI in audio (RAVE, vschaos2, MSPrior) and generative electronic dance music, algorithmic Jungle/ Drum & Bass

2018-2023

Artistic collaboration with IRIS-A-MAZ (Iris Holstein, Matthias Hederer), e.g. on joint venture media art installation Animalis Prismatis (on display at multiple venues since 2020). 

Since 2010

A&R, creative management The Weevil Neighbourhood, a creative outlet and label for electronic music and media art

Since 2005

Releases and publications under artist aliases Martsman, Anthone, Bokeh (with Katsunori Sawa)

2003-2010

Studies at University of Arts and Design (HfG) Karlsruhe, Humboldt University Berlin, University Heidelberg. Master’s Degree in Media Arts, Art Theory and Media Sciences.

Collaborative projects with Centre for Media Arts and Design (ZKM) and Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) on artistic utilization of location-based services.