Diane Scott graduated from Elam with an MFA (first class) in 2012. She was awarded the Elam Prize for Painting and was the winner of the Glaister Ennor Masters Graduate Art Award. She is interested in the qualities that make work atmospheric and visceral, seeing the work as both image and object. Seeking spaces that oscillate from one state to another and resists a singular reading. The search for this atmospheric vibration drives the work.
“If you want to find out the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration” – Nikola Tesla