Scot Cotterell - JAM Residency
ARTIST WEBSITE HERE - http://scotcotterell.com/
JAM PAVILLION WEBSITE HERE http://www.jambkk.com/
PROJECT WEBLOG HERE - http://scotcotterell.com/index.php?/ono/bangkok-biennial---paper-speakers-residency-jam/
Residency / Performance / Workshop
1st July 2018 - 21 August 2018
Media Installation and Sound artist Scot Cotterell is JAM's Artist In Residence.
Cotterell will premiere a new work made during residency.
A live a/v performance
Scot Cotterell is an Australian born 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 an 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.
In addition to his gallery practice Scot has chaired Hobart's influential Artist-Run Space Inflight, sat on the boards of Contemporary Art Services Tasmania, The Plimsoll Gallery Committee, and the advisory panel for We Are Here International Artist-Run Initiative Symposium. Scot has been state representative for the ElectroFringe festival and has written commissioned essays and reviews for Cyclic Defrost, Devonport Regional Gallery and Wyndham Regional Gallery. Scot has curated exhibitions and releases for CAST Gallery, Boiler Room: National Improvisation Laboratory and The Academy Gallery UTAS, and co-curated exhibitions at BUS Gallery, The Plimsoll Gallery and Inflight ARI.
Please see Pavilions 2018