DANIEL VON JENATSCH is an artist, musician and composer. His independent operatic works include the installation The Para-Archaeological Society, No No Gallery, Melbourne (2011), the radio opera The Perpetual Equinox, Mousonturm, Frankfurt (2012), the oratorio The Blind Cannot Discern Colour, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Art Bar (2014), and Upon Contemplating the Sunset, Underbelly Arts Festival, Sydney (2015) and A-97, Next Wave, Melbourne (2016).

Collaboratively his work with performance collective New Forms of Life has been presented in KunstenFestivalDesarts, Brussels Natural Mystery (2012), Political Therapy, Athens Biennale, (2012), and Signs of Life Mousonturm, Frankfurt (2011), Plateu/Nadine (2011) and Tanzlabor, Vienna (2014).  His Collaborative music/dance work Little did I know that I, ere or since, ever should speak mouthless has been presented at Tanzquartier, Vienna (2011), Ausland, Berlin (2012) and Weld, Stockholm(2012). His music dance/work with Atlanta Eke Organ was presented Liquid Architecture festial and Monash University (2014).

As a composer for contemporary dance Daniel has produced music for Jefta Van Dinther, Frederic Gies, Frank Willens, Jan Burkhardt, Irina Müller and Atlanta Eke. As a musician, instrument designer and sound designer Daniel has worked with Jonathan Bepler, Matthew Barney, Arto Lindsay, KimSooja, Ross Manning, and Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano. Daniel has been nominated for two Green Room Award’s in the Category of Best Music and Sound Design for Dance for Atlanta Eke’s Fountain (Chunky Move) and Body of Work.