In Japan’s modern and contemporary art, doll culture continues to develop in diverse and rich forms. “Mirai-chan” appears to be a representative work in this category, interpreting the traditional doll culture through contemporary photography.
Scott possesses a repertoire of simple and abstract painting. He believe that the “aesthetic experience” is a tangible entity that captivates and lingers in one’s mind. It is from this perspective that he abstracts “form” and “memory” in his artistic methodology.