Daniel Maalman is an artist who usually works with sound in a wide spectrum. As a sound artist he writes site-specific compositions for spaces and objects, which turn these locations into temporary sound installations. Some of his other installations are interactive and require the participation of the viewer. Human communication is a reoccuring theme in his work, often with the emphasis on the social side effects of technology.

As a musician he composes electronic music under the alias of Polymer, an electronic music project in which he blends several styles and genres into an eclectic mix, which can sometimes be calm and soothing, but at other times be hypnotic and energetic.

Over the years, Daniel has had his installations shown regularly in art exhibitions and art and music festivals in his home country The Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe. He also regularly performs with his electronic music projects nationally and internationally. He lives and works in The Netherlands.