Carla Scott Fullerton is deeply engaged with sculpture, investigating materials process involved in construction and deconstruction, those being old and new. She questions how forms and formless structures sit together, juxtaposing material forms through processes and playing with shapes that relate to architecture. She works with heavy industrial materials such as cement and steel, allowing them to take on their own form. Devoid of their usual restrictions and through the irregular and unpredictable processes of pouring, the work is deliberately imperfect and free of the expected forms governed by the traditional notions of architecture.
She has had solo exhibitions at venues such as Chert in Berlin, The Royal Standard in Liverpool, and Ten Till Ten in Glasgow. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at CNEAI= in Paris, Times Square Gallery of Hunter College, City University of New York, and Project room 103 in Glasgow.
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