“this fully illustrated publication documents key projects in Samara Scott’s career”
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.
With an introduction by Paul Luckraft, and an essay by writer Jonathan P. Watts, this fully illustrated publication documents key projects in Samara Scott’s career.
Produced in an edition of 500 to coincide the Zabludowicz Collection exhibition Samara Scott: High Street 26 June – 10 August 2014.
Curated by Paul Luckraft
Edited by Paul Luckraft and Samara Scott
Designed by Mark Holt and Malcolm Southward