Daniel PerlinAdjunct, Alumni, Class of 2005
|Courses Taught:||Sound and The City: Sound and Urban Intervention|
Daniel Perlin is an artist and sound designer based in New York. Starting from a sound-based perspective, he works across media creating audio, video, objects, installations, public works and performances. His work has been shown at the New Museum, The Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The Chelsea Art Museum, Guggenheim Film, Postmaster’s Gallery, (all New York City), TN Probe (Tokyo), Yautepec Gallery (Mexico City), Temporary Contemporary Gallery (London) and the Centre Pompidou (Paris). Recently, he has collaborated with Maya Lin for What is Missing in Beijing, Natalie Jermijenko on the installation For the Birds for the 2006 Whitney Biennial, Sanford Kwinter on the installation of Mutations and with Vito Acconci and Sarina Basta on the public sound installation Viraphone (Madrid). He has also been the sound designer for such films as Kelly Reichardt’s Old Joy, Errol Morris’ Fog Of War and Phil Morrison’s Junebug and Todd Solondz's
Palindromes. Currently, he runs Perlin Studios in New York, a sound and design studio.