sound artist, composer, performer, educator
As part of this CD release concert, Warszynski will be performing Smallwood's Thali Ringing, with works by others. Dec. 4, 3 PM. $25/20/10.
A presentation on the paper "Experimental Analysis of the Dorabella Cipher with Statistical Language Models", by authors Bradley Hauer, Colin Choi, Anirudh Sundar, Abram Hindle, Scott Smallwood, and Grzegorz Kondrak.
As part of this symposium, Smallwood will participate in a panel discussion on the current project Know Thyself, a VR / art exhibition curated by Marilene Oliver. In this panel Smallwood will discuss the role of sound in one piece, and how data plays a role in the audio.
As we work towards creating a set of ethical guidelines for working creatively with medical scan data in VR, we will be troubling some of the ethical issues surrounding health data ownership and privacy with a full-day e-Symposium. Smallwood will present work-in-progress on the VR project My Data Body.
This streaming event, broadcast on April 4, 2021, celebrates the release of a new compilation album by various artists, including Smallwood's The Slough (2020).
In this talk I outline my work as an artist over many years, discussing the changing landscape of composition and sound art, and what it means to be a composer in 2021.