ANNE SCOTT WILSON

  Anne Scott Wilson, H omage to Turner , 2013, digital pinhole print on arches velin museum rag, edition of 5, 67 x 97 cm.

Anne Scott Wilson, Homage to Turner, 2013, digital pinhole print on arches velin museum rag, edition of 5, 67 x 97 cm.

ANNE SCOTT WILSON 

Fly Rhythm, ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne, 23 July - 24 August, 2013.

Anne Scott Wilson’s Fly Rhythm explores the profound analogue experience of ‘drawing with light’ in a digital world. Utilising lens-less, pin-hole photography, Scott Wilson intuitively and physically recorded movement as still images, as direct representations of light over time. In Fly Rhythm, the impact of space and time upon the body - the spatiality of movement - presents a uniquely subjective visualisation of the body as a conduit of visual experience.

- Annabel Holt, July 2013 

Scott Wilson studied painting as a mature-age student following a career in dance. Her practice is informed by theatre, cinema and live performance and is realised across multiple creative disciplines including photography, video, painting, sound installation and performance.