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Daniel Neumann is a Brooklyn-based sound artist, organizer and audio engineer originally from Germany. A main focus throughout these different occupations is how sound interacts with space and how spatial perception can be shaped by sound. He holds a masters degree in media art from the HGB Leipzig and also studied electronic music composition. In his artistic practice he is working in hybrid installation-performance formats. He understands sound as an intersubjective field, enabled and expanded by audio procedures. His works have been presented at Fridman Gallery, TEA Tenerife, Moss Arts Center VA, Sinne Gallery Helsinki, Pinacoteca Bellas Artes Manizales Colombia, AMEE Madrid/Valencia, Loop Barcelona; Fergus McCaffrey, MoMA PS1, MoMI, Knockdown Center, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Pratt Institute, Eyebeam, Diapason Gallery, Sculpture Center, Hunter College in New York; Eigen & Art Gallery Leipzig, Skolska28 Prague, Lothringer13 Munich and more.
Curatorially he runs an event series in New York City [CT::SWaM] that engages in spatial sound works and focussed listening. And as an audio engineer, he has been working e.g. for Stockhausen’s Oktophonie performances at the Park Avenue Armory (2012); at MoMA PS1 (2013-2016), David Guetta (2014-2018), and acoustic designer of The World Is Sound at the Rubin Museum (2017). He currently works for Diamanda Galás, Oneohtrix Point Never, Blank Forms, Alarm Will Sound and is sound projectionist for Maryanne Amacher’s Adjacencies. | http://danielneumann.org