Trish Scott works performatively to examine social practices and conventions, investigating the relationship between everyday lived experience and institutional paradigms (and how these become naturalised).
20th November, 2014
Clock Tower Building (formerly BridgeWardens College), Lecture Theatre
Free, everyone welcome!
Scott often works experimentally with others and recent collaborators include employees in a City bank, householders in Kent and a Catholic priest. Working across media, Scott precipitates encounters, which she then documents and transforms into further works to trouble the relationship between events and their representation, participants and spectators.
Recent projects and exhibitions include Ethnographic Terminalia, Washington DC (2014) We know what we like and we like what we know (Individual Households in Kent, 2014), CRG @The Hub (Whitstable Biennale, 2014), Divina Sonus Ruras (Binaural, Portugal, 2013), Tangency (Osnabruck, Germany, 2012) and Stone Shoes (Space Station Sixty Five, London, 2011).
Trish is currently completing a practice based PhD at Chelsea College of Art supported by a Rootstein Hopkins studentship. She has an MA in Fine Art from Camberwell College of Art and a BSc in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics and Political Science.