The connections between humans and the built environment interests Chicago based artist Scott Carter, serving as the primary source material for his work. His work is expressed through simultaneous attempts at reconstruction, supported by a wide array of technical knowledge and a strong connection to his surroundings. Blurring
the lines between sculpture and installation Carter first develops
digital prototypes which he then translates into the myriad components
needed to construct the furniture and other sculptures that comprise
each exhibition. ViaThis Is Colossal.