Samara Scott (2015) Drunk Complexions
Drunk Complexions begins with a series of works made for the exhibition Harvest(2015) at The Sunday Painter, London. It depicts a chronological portrait of these works, condensed sub astral landscapes and rock pools housed in domestic vessels; as they form, ripen, decay, crust over and disintegrate. Reproduced in neon pink and orange, the colours of a ‘medieval Miami sunset,’ the magnified single-colour images create new microscopic landscapes.
Designed by Traven T. Croves Edited by Alice Lindsay, Andrew Lister, Matthew Stuart and Peter Willis
Samara Scott (b. London, UK) is a London-based artist. She graduated from the Royal Collage of Art in 2011 and completed residencies in Kilyos, Turkey (2012), Moly Sabatta, Sablons, France (2015), Almanac, Turin, Italy (2014) and Curva Blu, Favignana, Italy (2016). Solo shows include High Street, Zabludowicz Collection, London; Aquarelle Gastebutch, Ermes at Granpalazzo Rome; Silks, Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Frieze London w/ The Sunday Painter, London; Pumphouse & Battersea Park, London. Group shows include Cd0xdsspi, Rowing Projects, London; Palazzo Peckham, Venice; I Was Once Lonelyness, Blain Southern, Berlin; Tomorrow:London, South London Gallery.