Forum Artistic Research


Daniel Hug

Daniel Hug (Dr. phil.) is a sound and interaction designer who explores the world of sound through art, design, theoretical inquiry, teaching and applied research. He is the co-founder and co-director of the Sound Design master’s program at Zurich University of the Arts, and an international lecturer in Sound Studies and Sound Design. With his practice-based and interdisciplinary research, Hug has had a significant impact on the field of sonic interaction design (SID) and integrated music education (IME). As a member of the steering committee of the Audio Mostly conference and founder of the sound design and consultancy company “Hear Me Interact!”, he connects the worlds of academia and business. His current interests include sound design for health tech and exercise, sound design methodology and participatory sound design processes.

Talks at this conference:
 Sat, 15:30 Becoming Soundscape. Listening, Perceiving and Acting