Julius Holtz is a Berlin based sound artist and composer, inhabiting the intersection of club culture, sound art and film score. Through recontextualization of various formats and media, Holtz develops new fields of artistic experiments. Breaking new ground within the field of electronic music, he employs cutting edge technologies and creates 3D-sound installations. An avid collaborator and artistic director, his activities include commissioned and original compositions for major art galleries and festivals. His portfolio contains music for ensembles, fine artists and choreographers. His works are internationally being presented at prestigious festivals and institutions. These include New Fest Filmfestival (Jay, New York, 2008), Wet Sounds Festival (Paraconsistent Invention, London, 2011), Centro de Cultura Digital (Vakuum, Mexico City, 2014), Ultima Festival (Yuaríya Valcári, Oslo, 2016), Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof (Moriba lIlumine, Berlin 2017) and Martin-Gropius-Bau (Cloud Seeding, Berlin 2018).