Samara Scott is a British artist who mines the detritus of everyday life to create intricate installations, sculptures, furniture, and textiles. Incorporating found objects and nontraditional media, her work raises questions of excess, materiality, and sensorial experimentation. She has exhibited in museums across Europe and the US, creating large-scale site-specific installations for New York City’s New Museum, CAPC- Bordeaux, Madrid’s La Casa Encendida, and Palais de Tokyo in Paris, among other solo and group shows, and has collaborated with French fashion house Mugler. As part of her research process over the years, Scott worked with award-winning conservation  studio Orbis in London to arrive at stable juxtapositions of materials and substances that safeguard the condition of her works long-term. For her furniture and wall-based pieces, Scott arranges these into unique tableaux that commemorate and critique the information and product overload that characterize contemporary societies.

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