Samara Scott

Born 1984
Hometown London, England
Lives and Works London, England
Education
MA, Royal College of Art, London, England, 2011
BA, Camberwell College of Art, London, England, 2008

Scott lifts textures and sensations directly from the daily flow of images that surround us, addressing head-on our complex contemporary experience of the body. She describes her process of making as 'a sort of sentimental material investigation; a slow digestion of cosmetic, edible and chemical cultural debris’. Interested in the lure of superficiality, Scott fuses together make-up, painted silicone, tin-foil and felt in delicate and suggestive combinations. Allusions to personal and collective memories are suggested in layered, theatrical environments which reference to numerous art historical and decorative styles, such as Post-Impressionism, Color Field painting, postmodern décor, through to present-day Pop iconography.

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