Daniel Arnaldo-Roman, a Puerto Rico-based media artist, works in code technology and experimental media and also designs responsive web environments and social print based projects. His works range from sound and movement activated installations to large-scale generative projects, photography, design and painting. His work has been presented in exhibitions in Berlin, New York, Miami and Puerto Rico.

Arnaldo-Roman holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts (Painting) from Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico and a Master’s degree in New Media Art, from Donau-Universität Krems (Transart Institute). Along with Lilliam Nieves, Arnaldo-Roma also helped found Trance Líquido, an art, design, music and culture blog-magazine and Grupo Probeta; a design and technology studio, creating interactive experiences for clients and artists.