Robert Rehnig, born in 1977 and based in Leipzig, works in the fields of sound art and electroacoustic music. He studied piano with Josef Christof at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ in Leipzig as well as electroacoustic composition and sound art with Robin Minard at the SeaM (Studio for electroacoustic Music – Hochschule für Musik „Franz Liszt“/ Bauhaus Universität) in Weimar and with Kevin Austin and Mark Corwin as guest at the electroacoustic studio of the Concordia University in Montréal. He cofounded the theater company „erweiterte zugeständnisse“ (Leipzig/Vienna, 2008) and in 2009 together with other artists he launched the cross genre studio ParadoxBay. Since 2012 he teaches electroacoustic music at Neue Musik Leipzig and since 2018 at Bauhaus University Weimar.

Works were presented (selection): soundart: ZixP-Festival, Leipzig • Kunstverein Hamburg – Corona Sound System • Singuhr Hörgalerie (Wasserspeicher Prenzlauer Berg), Berlin / Germany – „vice versa“ two installations in collaboration with Robin Minard, Hanns Holger Rutz and Ludger Hennig • Patarei (Lukustatud), Tallinn / Estonia – „sedimentary order“ • Festival Punto de Encuendro, Valencia / Spain – „study05“ in collaboration with Tobias Günther • Künstlerhaus Wien (sound:frame), Vienna / Austria – „movie (blue remake)“ in collaboration with Tobias Günther and Friederike Köpf * electroacoustic compositions: Kubus Augustusplatz, Leipzig / Germany – „Zwischenspiel für Schumanns Engel“, work order by the MDR Figaro broadcast company • Oscar Peterson Concert Hall (Harvest Moon Festival), Montréal / Canada – „untitled I“ and „untitled II“ • Weimarer Frühjahrstage für zeitgenössische Musik, Weimar / Germany – „cairo caleidoscope“ in collaboration with Christian M. Fischer, work order by the festival * electroacoustic improvisation (in different collaborations): 20°/40°, Belgrade / Serbia • Studio R33, Budapest / Hungary • Cinema Obló, Lausanne / Switzerland • Jim Whiting’s Bimbotown, Leipzig / Germany • M89 Soundart Gallery, Leipzig / Germany • Artur Rubinstein Philharmonic, Lodz / Poland • Modern Hungarian Art Museum, Pécs / Hungary • W.I.M., Zurich / Switzerland * music for stageplays: Festspielhaus Hellerau – European Center of the Arts, Dresden/Germany – „Levitation“, Production Irene Schröder/ Wolfgang Kurtz • Schaubühne Lindenfels – several productions with erweiterte zugestaendnisse * audio book: „erinnerungen eines insektenforschers“ – four audio books about Jean-Henri Fabre (german audio book award in 2013)