Daniel Landau is a media artist, researcher and lecturer. He studied computer music at the Royal Conservatory in The Netherlands where he lived and worked for almost a decade. Daniel’s work resides at the intersection of Art, Technology and Science - exploring the complex relationship between body and technology. Core to his work is the attempt to trace techno-political processes and their impact on social and private spaces. His work has been presented in major venues, museums and festivals worldwide including Jerusalem, New-York, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Shenzhen, Tokyo, Paris Hungary and Mexico City. Between 2012-16 Daniel led the Media Studies department at the Midrasha Faculty of the Arts, Beit Berl Academic College and is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Interdisciplinary Centre, Herzliya.  Daniel was recently invited as a visiting lecturer at UCLA, and is currently a Phd researcher at the Aalto University Media Lab Helsinki.

 

 

Selected public talks & conference presentations

 

- Time Body Study - CalTech, guest lecturer / January 25, 2017

- Time Body Study - Stanford University, guest lecturer / February 1, 2017

- Moving Without A Body - National Library of Technology in Prague / June 2016

- Story telling in Virtual Reality - Technology Conference, “The Reality of the Virtual”, Invited talk, IDC Hertselia, Israel / 2015

- Art, Technology & Well Being - Academic Conference, “Well Being In Digital Media”, Invited talk, IDC Hertselia, Israel / 2015

- Art, Technology & Society - Academic Conference, “Educating the Net-Generation”, Beit Berl Academic College, Invited talk, Israel / 2015

- Art, Technology & Society - Academic Conference, “Art & Community”, Seminar HaKibutsim, Invited talk, Tel Aviv, Israel / 2015

- Body in Performance Arts & Beyond - Academic Conference, “Unearthing the Body in Education and the Arts”, Invited talk, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel / 2014

- Is Mind Change The New Climate Change? Professional Conference, “State On The Net”, Invited talk, Trieste, Italy, 2014

Posthumanism in Media History, Chair, Academic Conference, “OH-MAN, OH-MACHINE”, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2014

The Rhetorics of the Projected Image - Academic Conference, Guest Lecturer, Beit Berl Academic College, Tel Aviv, Israel, April 2011