Date
Friday 18 September 2020 to Sunday 03 January 2021
Location
CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux

For her first major project this side of the Channel, Samara Scott (b. 1985, London) takes over the great nave of the CAPC, installing a huge artificial ceiling composed of beached debris. The public is invited to walk around and under it, to experience the dual identity of this large-scale alchemical collage, both digital and material, attractive and repulsive.

Since graduating from the Royal College of Art, London in 2011, Samara Scott has developed a practice fuelled by the context of hyper-consumerism. This has resulted in poisonously coloured installations made through ‘hijacking’ manufactured objects and organic or chemical by-products of mass production.

This exhibition is supported by Fluxus Art Projects, the Franco-British programme for contemporary art.

Programme of events

Through the duration of the exhibition you can take part in a series of events designed with Samara Scott :  Catwalk with a fashion show of her creations, Dirty Weekend with the Dirty Art Foundation in Amsterdam in partnership with the EBABX, a giant yoga session. Samara Scott has also made a selection of videos and films by artists with a similar approach to creation.

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