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Areas of Specializationsonification, game audio, new media, network music, educational technology
Scot Gresham-Lancaster is a composer, performer, instrument builder and educator. Currently Associate Professor of Sound Design at ATEC UT Dallas. His research focuses on multi-sensory multimodal representation with a focus on sonification. As a member of the HUB, he is an early pioneers of "computer network music" and cellphone operas . He has created a series of "co-located" Internet performances and worked developing audio for several games and interactive products. He is an expert in educational technology. CV
He was a student of Roy Harris, Darius Milhaud, John Chowning, Robert Ashley, Terry Riley, "Blue" Gene Tyrany, David Cope among others. He has been a composer in residence at Mills College. STEIM and the Djerassi Artist Residency Program. He has toured and recorded with the HUB, Alvin Curran, ROVA saxophone quartet. He has performed the music of John Cage, David Tudor, Pauline Oliveros and John Zorn under their direction.
He remains committed to a future where Art and Science synergize each other to expand human understanding and exploration.
MFA, Digital Media Art, San Jose State University
MA, Multimedia, California State University East Bay
BS, Digital Audio Technology, Cogswell College
Scot Gresham Lancaster in the News
- Collaborative Minds Bringing Sounds to Brain Data in Yearlong Project
- ATEC Professor Releases New Work of Net Art
- ATEC Professors to Present During Perot Social Sciences Series
- ATEC Professor Receives Grant for Social Media Mashup
- ATEC Faculty Member to Perform at 2nd Annual Network Music Festival
- Upcoming ATEC Faculty Candidate Presentations, March 26-30