Angus Scott (b.1991) is a photographic artist living and working on Wurundjeri country in Melbourne, Australia. His creative practice is anchored to land and culture; the overlapping influences of where we live and who we are. Largely informed by familial narratives and national myths, he utilises still and moving image to form personal musings on identity and place.
Teetering like a September myth explores the unknowability of death as an act of making peace with one’s own mortality. The project draws upon seasons, ecological processes and man-made constructs as symbols of life cycles, ultimately responding to the question as borrowed from an Appalachian hymn titled Idumea: “What will become of me?”
Winner | OD Photo Prize 2021
Follow Angus Scott
INTERVIEW | Our partners MPB interviewed this years winner
PUBLICATION | Pre-order yours now
All print sales enquiries or to see more from this artist:
Showing 1–15 of 27 results