About Scott Cazan
Scott Cazan is a composer, performer, creative coder, and sound artist working in diverse fields such as experimental electronic music, sound installation, chamber music, and software art where he explores cybernetics, computation, and information resulting from human interactions with technology. His work often involves the use of feedback networks where misunderstanding and chaotic elements act as a catalyst for emergent forms.

Scott has performed and worked with a number of organizations such as LACMA, MOCA (Los Angeles), Issue Project Room (NY), Feldstarke International (with CENTQUATRE, PACT Zollverein, and Calarts), Ausland (Berlin), Art Cologne, Ensemble Zwischentöne, The University of Art in Berlin, [LIMINAR] (MX), Toomai String Quintet (NY), Southern Exposure (San Francisco), Guapamacátaro (MX), the BEAM Festival (UK), REDCAT (Los Angeles), the I-Park Environmental Art Biennale (CT), and Machine Project among others. He is a co-editor of The Experimental Music Yearbook (with John Hastings and Casey Anderson) and has collaborated and performed alongside a variety of artists such as Casey Anderson, Wyatt Keusch, Ulrich Krieger, Mark Trayle, Carmina Escobar, Carole Kim, Jana Papenbroock, and many others.

He currently lives and teaches in the Los Angeles area where he performs regularly and his music can be heard on Khalija Records and CareOf Editions.