Daniel Feuerriegel is a creator of works that react to memory and experience. Inspired by his research into cognitive psychology and neuroscience, he constructs dense noise flows that cooperate with a listener’s thoughts to create new sounds in the mind.
Raised in a small town between the desert and the sea, he has always been struck by the sounds that create the feel of a place, especially in cities. On an exchange to Kumamoto, Japan he started to record the sounds that were important to his life in this new culture. These sounds were then weaved into compositions to build sound forms that change depending on who is listening.
Daniel is currently an assistant in a cognitive neuroscience laboratory and uses cognitive concepts to guide his personal research into sound. He is also developing devices to develop new sensory abilities.