Smallwood will perform a 3 hour slow summer drone in a live 4-channel audio environment with visual/performance artist Cindy Baker in her amazing new installation Crash Pad. 4-7 PM June 7, 2018.
The Damn Magpies, featuring Chenoa Anderson (flutes), Allison Balcetis (saxes), Jane Berry (voice), Ian Crutchley (objects), Mark Segger (percussion), and Scott Smallwood (electronics), will perform an evening-length, improvised work with the Good Women Dance Collective. Presented by New Music Edmonton. Shows at 7:30 on May 3 and May 4. More info TBA.
Smallwood will present a speculative sound piece / game piece called Forest Voices, presented with works by Natalie Loveless and students from her Arts & the Anthropocene class. More info TBA.
Smallwood's audio game piece Sync or Swim versions 2 and 3 are featured as part of this film and media festival, which includes the "Indie Bits" exhibition on games and interactive media. Exhibition curated by Cecil Decker. More info and schedule available here.
Smallwood will perform a live set of electroacoustic music, with works also by Myriam Boucher, Shawn Pinchbeck, and others. $15/10.
Evidence: Patterned Stars and Gridden Skies. Smallwood's 2012 piece Cosimo's Stars, an 8-channel electroacoustic work, will be presented alongside a work by Stephan Moore, with Evidence's 8-channel installation Visuals from 2015. Weds. April 11, 10 AM - 4 PM, McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre.
Smallwood's new 4-channel audio piece "Where the Bull Dozes" will be featured on this concert, with works also by Bashaw, Hannesson, and Talpash. 7:30 PM, $10/20.
Smallwood's audio game piece Sync or Swim versions 2 and 3 are featured in this fantastic group exhibition on the topic of audio gaming, curated by Chaz Evans and Stephan Moore. Opening reception on Friday, Dec. 1, 5-8 PM.