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Selected music & sound art works created by Iotronik (David Stout), a visual and sonic artist, writer and performer exploring cross-media synthesis and interdisciplinary approaches to new genres bridging the arts. His earlier works explored the fusion of analog video synthesis, visual art, music and theatre. During this time period Stout composed many scores for dance, theatre and film. Some of these works are presented here - see: Red Sea Mix, Tracks to the Lair, Hermes' Devotion, Trio with Blade and Siege of Heaven.
David's current work includes live audio-visual performance, generative animation, artificial life installations, print-making and music projects combining acoustic instruments with atmospheric electronics, noise and audio-visual transcoding techniques - see: NADA, Particle Chamber Variation, Reentry and Copter.
Since 2003 David Stout has worked with creative partner, Cory Metcalf. The pair began their seminal collaboration in Santa Fe, New Mexico as founding members of the critically acclaimed interactive media and music ensemble, NoiseFold. Stout and Metcalf premiered their group at the Festival Internationale d’Art Video in Casablanca, Morocco in spring 2006. Their performances, which have included the UNESCO Creative Cities Summit, the New York Electronic Arts Festival, Interactive Futures in Victoria, BC, the Redcat in Los Angeles and “Chinati Weekend” in Marfa, Texas have garnered enthusiastic reviews and a growing international audience. NoiseFold have recently expanded their approach to include virtuoso acoustic instrumentalists and visionary computer programmers. This includes an ongoing collaboration with cellist and composer, Frances Marie Uitti and an upcoming work with Trio Kaze .
Stout previously founded the MOV-iN Gallery and the Installation, Performance & Interactivity project (IPI) at the College of Santa Fe. He is at present directing activities for the Initiative for Advance Research in Technology and the Arts (iARTA) at the University of North Texas located in the Dallas metropolitan area.