Daniele Pozzi is an electronic musician and sound artist living in Graz, Austria. Among his works are live electronics performances, audiovisual improvisations, sound installations and electroacoustic music, often involving the design of original computer programs and physical interfaces to resolve creative or performative issues. His most recent practice investigates the relationships and synergies existing between all the elements involved in improvised human-machine performances, adopting non-hierarchical strategies to build highly reconfigurable and adaptive networks of non-linear sonic encounters.

Daniele earned a BA in Electroacoustic Music Composition from the Conservatory of Padua, Italy, having Nicola Bernardini and Giorgio Klauer among his teachers. He is currently involved in the Computer Music master program at the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustic, Graz, studying with Gerhard Eckel.