Tree Quartet 樹四重奏

A proposal for the Guandu Nature Park A dynamically changing interactive music quartet for 4 trees. Each tree has two sensor arrays (soil moisture and micro-climate), 8 per tree 32 total channels of information.

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Scot Gresham-Lancaster: Electronics-Online Media and Sound Designer

Email: scotglATgmail
Address: 3148 Sylvan Ave. Oakland, California 94602 USA 

Scot Gresham-Lancaster  is a composer, performer, instrument designer, sound installation builder and educator with over three decades of professional experience. He is dedicated to research and performance using the expanding capabilities of computer networks to create new environments for musical and cross discipline expression. As a member of the HUB, he is one of the early pioneers of "computer network" music which uses the behavior of interconnected music machines to create innovative ways for performers and computers to interact. He has helped develop a new media form called the "cellphone opera" that leverages modern cellphone networks to create sound installations that change with every new participant phone call. For over two decades, he has worked with multimedia prototyping and user interface theory and its relationship to new markets.

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Hsin-Chien Huang: Visual Collaborator

Hsin-Chien Huang is a content creator who is fluent with both digital technology and traditional art. He graduated from National Taiwan University’s mechanical engineering department, then got his bachelor of art in Art Center College of design in Pasadena. He acquired his master of science in Institute of design in Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. He had collaborated with media artist Laurie Anderson with her first interactive CDROM “Puppet Motel”. He also had experience to work with computer entertainment companies like Sega and Sony as art director.

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