Scot Cotterell (Hobart, Australia): Strange Cult
- duration: 30 min
- watch: 12th July 2018 at 11am UTC
DESCRIPTION: A to camera reading of a new novella comprised of fragmentary texts and conceptual poems, constructed from found and sampled popular culture and internet detritus.
BIO:Scot Cotterell (b.1979) is an Australian born, young inter-disciplinary artist known for his works concerned with the experience of mediated environments. His work uses mixtures of sound, video, images and objects in gallery and live contexts to create experiences that reflect upon cultural phenomena. Scot holds and MFA from the University of Tasmania School of Art and has been nominated for the Qantas Foundation Contemporary Arts Award , The Alice Springs Art Prize and awarded the Shotgun 2010 commission by Detached Cultural Foundation and CAST, a Sound Travellers national touring grant, and several state and national funding supports through the Australia Council for the Arts and Arts Tasmania including projects in the Netherlands, Germany and Spain. Scot has also received the Jim Bacon Foundation Honours Scholarship, and Australian Post-Graduate Award Scholarship and a Gordon Darling Foundation professional development grant. Cotterell\’s work has been performed and exhibited nationally and internationally. ARTIST WEBSITE