Scott Cazan is a performer and sound artist specializing in the composition of works for chamber ensembles and the performance of live electronic music where he explores human relations with technology, the act of listening and the physicality of sound. Scott has performed and shown his installation work in various parts of the United States, France and Germany, most recently participating in artist residencies with the CENTQUATRE (France), PACT Zollverein (Germany) and CalArts. Scott holds a BFA from the University of California, Santa Barbara and an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts where he studied with Mark Trayle, Michael Pisaro, Sara Roberts, Ulrich Krieger, Clay Chaplin, Jeremy Haladyna, Julio Estrada, and Zbigniew Karkowski among others. He currently teaches and performs regularly in the Los Angeles area where he is based and his music can be heard on Khalija Records.
Scott Cazan (USA) & Jana Papenbroock (Germany)
I Like Supercollider and Supercollider Likes Me
is a performance piece exploring ritual acts through technology. Based off of Joseph Beuys' landmark piece, the performance will involve electronic feedback systems, video, and stage performers among other elements.