Samara Scott’s expansive practice is rooted in a deep research and inquiry into the malleability and mutative nature of materials belonging to contemporary production and waste.

Whether clammy neon-decayed club debris or the prickled effervescence of energy drinks; in these mingling assemblages and tapestries of stockings, sunscreen, foam, broken glass, oils, eyeshadow, goo and gunk, there is a prescient ambience of a post-capital landscape – abstractions, simultaneously sensual and viscous, emerging from the depths of a volatile system of things, of objects, commodities and conditions.


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