Adrienne Scott is an artist currently based in Toronto with an interdisciplinary approach to media. She takes a material stance to photography, and in her work she refers to themes such as natural history, forgery, and fantasy. She anchors her practice and materials in the collection of objects that may act as props, artifacts, or fabricated evidence from image to image. This accumulation and recycling is central to how she makes work, and the displacement of materials and fragments is in turn how she creates visual play.
Listen to an interview with the artist and curator Lillian O'Brien Davis here.