Dan Foley is a multi-disciplinary performance artist whose work inspires visceral responses to stunning visuals and gorgeous soundscapes. Foley’s work ranges from scoring, sound design and performance software engineering to pop music production and experimental lighting design. 

A founding member of the Chicago performance art collective, BAATHHAUS, Foley has moved on to work with Steven Reker, NIC Kay, Netta Yerushalmy, KC Crow Maddux and Shea Couleé with work hosted by institutions including Brooklyn Academy of Music, BRIC Arts (NYC), Museum of Arts and Design (NYC), Abrons Art Center (NYC), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), DePaul Art Museum (Chicago), Vox Populi (Philadelphia), Salonathon (Chicago), Links Hall (Chicago), Pivot Arts (Chicago), Stargayzer (Austin), FOKL Center (Kansas City, KS) and invited as guest lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).

Foley’s work can also be heard in Stephen Cone’s film, Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party and VICELAND’s series Balls Deep.

Foley received his MFA from the Performance and Interactive Media Arts program at Brooklyn College in 2018.