In chatting with Scott, his ability to reconfigure and transform space immediately surfaced. Scott is currently living and working in Somerset, NJ (though he has previously hailed from NY and Philadelphia). He described his current surroundings as decidedly suburban, and it seems that he has peeked the interest of both his neighbors and local police with the decidedly un-conventional studio he has built on his property. Local interest was peeked several years ago with the studio/home he created (tower and all!) in south Philly.
Scott talked about his process as starting out abstract and becoming concrete in form. His connection to the space at Globe Dye Works was both definitive and amorphous. His current work is with boats, and he immediately observed a direct parallel between the roof of the building and the hull of a ship. However, he also discussed his response to the space as being layered - another layer involving the historical narratives surrounding the space (not necessarily historical facts).
It's doubtful that even Scott has a palpable idea of how all these layers will emerge in his final installation. I am particularly excited to see how his work will manifest in the exhibition space; without a doubt, these boats will have depth.