Laura Jane Scott's practice is an investigation of form; an exploration of balance between positive and negative space, presence and absence. She works in groups or series, each exploring a set of shapes that differs slightly from the last. Each series is a systematic exploration of the combinations and compositions that can be created within self-imposed parameters.
Scott's upcoming exhibition is an exploration of ‘possibilities from limitations’ using just one geometric shape as the starting point. Drawing on principals from Minimalist Architecture, this work uses a basic geometric form, simple materials and repetition to represent a sense of order.
The exhibition will be sponsored by:
- Capital Models for the laser cutting of the MDF components
- Colour Makes People Happy - paints