Trish and Dan Scott stayed at MoKS residency for half a month of September.
Trish Scott is, according to her statement, artist whose practice is process based and site responsive.
"... My interest lies in exploring the different ways in which people engage with everyday objects and places, including the underlying (and often tacit) assumptions that shape interaction. My intention is firstly to reveal how patterns of behaviour relate to the material, political or historical dimensions of place, and secondly to re-negotiate these connections, overturning the ´natural´ order and challenging boundaries of perception, taste and conduct.
My work generally takes the form of performative experiments; /---/ Alongside performative work I use film, text and material traces to distill and recontextualise on-site processes for a wider audience."
Dan Scott is an artist based in Kent and London. He has been working with sound since he was a teenager and recently completed an MA in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication, gaining a distinction.
His sound works explore time, memory, modes of listening and the uncanniness of everyday sound.
Recent projects include Field Recordings of former South London Windmills, Radio Yesterday (for Resonance FM) andRidley Road Phonetic Cover Version (for FormContent Gallery). Upcoming projects include exhibitions and concerts at Speculum Artium Festival in Slovenia, a residency at Binaural in Portugal and MOKS in Estonia.
During their stay Trish and Dan worked intensively every day and we are very happy to share the link with the work they did here in Mooste, where you might also find the impressions they have gathered here.
Please visit their blog:
Pictures are also taken from their blog: