Scott Cazan is a Stockholm-based composer, performer, creative coder, and sound artist working in fields such as experimental electronic music, sound installation, chamber music, and software art where he explores cybernetics, aesthetic computing, and emergent forms resulting from human interactions with technology. His work often involves the use of improvisation and feedback networks where misunderstanding and chaotic elements act as a catalyst for emergent forms in art and music.
As an active educator he has taught at institutions such as the University of California, Santa Barbara, Art Center College of Design, California Institute of the Arts, and the Universität der Künste, Berlin where he has taught topics at the intersections between art and electronics. He is a co-editor of The Experimental Music Yearbook along with Casey Anderson and John Hastings and is a board member of the Dog Star Orchestra Festival in Los Angeles. His music can be heard on A Wave Press, CareOf Editions, and Edition Wandelweiser.