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NYC LOCAL: Friday 25 June 2004 Harvestworks Digital Media Center Present

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Friday 25 June 2004 Harvestworks Digital Media Center Presents David Stout
Date: 25 Jun 2004 03:13:39 -0400

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               596 Broadway Suite 602 NYC 10012
               212-431-1130 (p) 212-431-7693 (f)

Harvestworks is pleased to present composer and video/sound artist David Stout
who has been selected to receive our new Interactive Technology Project
Residency. This one-year Fellowship is funded through special grants from
the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowments of the Arts David
will discuss his current project to create a synthetic eco-system now in
the early stages of development at Harvestworks He will also present video
excerpts from, (1) "Splinters and Assaults (2001)" - a surround screen
text/sound cycle for five synchronized DVD players, (2) "NoiseField (2003)"
- an interactive video-sound environment comprised of a series of networked
computers forming a single real-time recursive system, (3) "SignalFire
(2003)", - a video-sound performance exploring interactive techniques to
generate sound and image from a digitally generated stream of video noise
(television snow). "SignalFire" has been presented at the Viper Festival -
Basel, Audio Art Festival - Krakow, The Back-Up Festival - Weimar, ZKM -
Karlsruhe, and STEIM - Amsterdam. "NoiseField" has been nominated for The
International Media Art Award. A documentary on this work will be broadcast
on German Suedwest - TV, French ARTE and on Swiss Television DRS.

David Stout is a video/sound artist, director, and performer who studied
with Ed Emschwiller and Bill Viola Currently performing and exhibiting with
Woody and Steina Valsulka, his work in electronic media is a synthesis of
music, sound, performance art and digital imaging. His productions have
taken a variety of forms including single channel video, mixed media
installations, electro-acoustic scores for stage and screen, and large
scale theatrical events that emphasize multi-screen video projection asan
extension of performer, audience and environment.

Harvestworks is a non-profit arts organization founded in 1977 to cultivate
artistic talent using electronic technologies Harvestworks' mission is to
encourage the creation and expand the dissemination of digital media
artwork. From its central Soho location and through its Internet presence
Harvestworks provides accessible and coordinated digital media production,
education, information and content distribution services to a diverse
creative community that includes electronic music composers, interactive
media designers, film and video makers, digital tool developers and
computer programmers. By bringing together innovative practitioners from
all branches of the digital arts, Harvestworks provides a vital context and
catalyst for creativity in the digital arts.



Harvestworks is a not-for-profit arts organization founded in 1977 to
cultivate artistic talent using digital technologies.  We foster the creation
of new works through coordinated digital media production, education,
information and distribution services Located in Soho, NYC and on the
internet at - we're a creative environment where
artists work in an integrated way.

HARVESTWORKS Digital Media Arts Center
596 Broadway, Suite 602 (at Houston St)
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/V Broadway/Lafayette, 6 Bleeker, W/R Prince


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