Carolyn Scott

East West Hame’s Best

Carolyn Scott’s installation, ‘East West Hame’s Best’, focuses on a candid short film documenting a group of women from disparate backgrounds and cultures (including the Philippines, Indonesia, Nepal and Bulgaria), all of whom have settled in Fife. Carolyn’s work explores how learning alongside each other on a 2007 course set up by the Government, ‘English for Speakers of Other Languages’, led the women to form an extremely strong friendship group, built around the common purpose of getting to grips with life in East Scotland.

Carolyn’s recent work includes Considered Cargo, an audio installation displayed at the 2015 Society of Scottish Artists (SSA) ‘Empire’ exhibition, and The Bus Party, shown as part of an installation at the SSA open exhibition in 2014.

Cupar Arts Festival, Carolyn Scott

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