Eno Henze lives and works in Berlin. He divides his time between creating art and stage design and being a creative director for large-scale media environments. His artistic work examines ‘how machines transform aesthetic reasoning and notions of the human’. Combining theory with technology and computation, Henze creates images and spaces that ‘oscillate between human and machine origin’.
Stage Design for a Ballet by David Dawson.
Royal Ballet of England, Royal Opera House, London, 2013.
Henze has been curator of the exhibitions and symposiums at the past three installments of the NODE Forum for digital arts in Frankfurt. His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, including the Moscow Biennale, Art Cologne and Frankfurter Kunstverein. His creative direction for commercial clients such as Mercedes-Menz has gained international awards including D&AD’s Black Pencil and ADC Gold.
Set Design for a new collaboration with David Dawson. Ballet performed by Dutch National Ballet.
Since 2011 Henze has collaborated regularly with David Dawson on designs for Dutch National Ballet and Royal Ballet.
Hecatomb is a cooperation between artist Eno Henze and musician Matthew Dear aka Audion. It is both an installation piece and a video show for Audion’s World Tour.
Here’s the installation version as shown at Kunstraum Kreuzberg in the ‘let the ryhthm hit ‘em’ exhibition, curated by Matthias Mayer. Scroll down for the tour doucumentation.
With his newest creation David Dawson marked his return to the Dutch National Ballet. Here, Dawson reflects upon the legends from Greek Mythology and the ideas of Memory. Each passing scene weaves a magical journey back in time, exploring the ideas that lay within these stories and questions their continued value and meaning to our modern day psyche.
via dawsonarts.net, enohenze.de