Samuel Perea-Díaz is an artist, transdisciplinary spatial designer, and architect based in Berlin. Samuel’s creative practice intertwines artistic and academic research, which focuses on mapping sonic and urban environments, and queer practices. Their work incorporates exhibition scenography, curating, and sound. Since the summer term of 2020, they have taught at Humboldt University Berlin.

The art installations they have produced during the last years set contextual data engaging with sonification, relocation of sound, field recording, and Virtual Reality. Recent exhibitions: Tieranatomisches Theater (2022), 48H Neukölln (2021), SoundsAbout (2020-2022), CLB Gallery (2020) and the Akademie der Künste (2019) at the Biennial for Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art, Kontakte´19.

Last curatorial projects include the contemporay art show ‘Listening to Listening’ (2021) at 48 Hours Neukölln and the exhibition ‘Ocaña. Der Engel, der in der Qual singt‘ (2022) at the Schwules Museum in Berlin.