Growing up in Hanover during the pre-internet-era with BBS-Systems and 8-Bit computers, Anton soon advanced from playing arbitrary frequencies
into public phones to playing electronic music into his neighbours’ ears (still pretty arbitrary). Mid-90's he finally managed to get his hands
on a Macintosh computer and proper studio equipment. This led him to move to Hamburg and join forces with the Drum & Bass Label Don-Q
Records. Together they eventually developed the online-music-store "Loopnet.de" during the first dot-com-bubble, which was hailed as the
saviour of the underground, but then ultimately imploded with the rest of the new market in early 2000.
Then he took up freelance development in various small startups, incubators and for large companies working mostly in interface design,
product development and prototyping. This allowed him to do a lot of traveling and still continue to make music and do experimental art
projects. One last attempt at running his own company for experimental technology development led him to the conclusion that business politics
actually means less fun and enterprise clients tend to be a buzzkill.
For the past few years, he has exclusively focused on creative coding in an artistic context, critical theory and still finds time to make music.
In 2013 he met the grandchild of Oskar Schlemmer in China who sparked his interest in the formalised aspects of dance and performance. He then
attended the first Choreographic Coding Lab where he started working on the Piecemeta system and began a collaboration with the Croatian
performance group “BADco.”, both of which are in accelerated development stages.