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Scott Armstrong is a new-media artist working primarily in the creation and manipulation of sound, though his works often use many mediums including animation, generative video, digital painting, photography, micro-sculpture, device fabrication, drawing, etc.
Scott's work has encompassed many forms in several countries, including: sound design for video games, films and architecture; numerous live performances using various digital and analogue audio/visual technologies across Australia and Japan; and extensive audio field-recordings in Tokyo, Kyoto, Hong Kong and Thailand, in an attempt to capture the sound of "Urban Beauty".
Scott was the inaugural solo artist on Melbourne's IF? label, with a full-length release - the highly experimental, challenging and superb "Perception Camera" album that was released in 1996.
Scott subsequently colluded with fellow Melburnians Adam Raisbeck (Soulenoid/Sense) and David Haberfeld (a.k.a. Honeysmack and Pura) as Graham Mono, and he also worked with Half Yellow.