Three Score and Ten, But Never a Child
Scott thinks through making. His work is a celebration of the creative process and elevation of the identity of the individual. He takes inspiration from the human form and how it interacts with an object. Through interaction with the material of clay he engage with the thought process of new ideas and concepts. With a kinetic intelligence he allow the senses, emotion, and physical movement, during the stages of problem resolution to formulate his ideas on a subconscious level. The artwork becomes a reflective narrative of the artist’s journey while allowing the audience to generate their own personal interpretation.
A Jack-of-all-trades mastering one, Scott utilises various art disciplines with a focus on clay as a base material. With a previous background in film and video production he incorporates elements of prop building and public engagement as part of his practice.