Daniel Neumann

Daniel Neumann Portrait

Daniel Neumann Portrait.

Daniel Neumann is a sound artist, organizer, and audio engineer. He holds a media art masters degree from the Academy of Visual Art Leipzig where he studied electronic music composition. Neumann’s main area of focus is how sound interacts with space and how space and spatial perception can be shaped by sound. He works in hybrid installation-performance formats and understands sound as an intersubjective field enabled by audio procedures. Neumann’s work has been presented internationally at venues including: Zona Maco CDMX, TEA Tenerife, Sinne Helsinki, Pinacoteca Bellas Artes Manizales Colombia, Espacios Resonantes Santiago de Chile, Loop Barcelona; Sculpture Center, etc. He is represented by Fridman Gallery, New York. Curatorially Neumann runs CT::SWaM, an ongoing series presenting spatial sound works, now under the umbrella of the organization New Ear, for which Neumann serves as a founding Board Member. As an audio engineer, he has worked for Diamanda Galás, BlankForms, Time:Spans, MoMA PS1, Meredith Monk, Kevin Beasley, Phill Niblock, Ellen Reid, Missy Mazzoli, David Guetta, ACME, Alarm Will Sound, and more.