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August 13, 2009, 6:14 pm
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Gray Scott1

It was always in his way of storytelling where it became a natural evolution for Gray Scott to go from being a painter, to doing makeup for four years and now working as a fashion editorial photographer in NYC. He is his own art director in how he morphs a hypersensitive visual, charged with a dark subject matter. But I think what makes for his enthralling concept is his irrefutable attraction to human psychology, which completely comes over his work making it difficult to let go of the memory of his images. And if you are familiar with Gregory Crewdson and Steven Meisel’s work, you’ll get Scott’s artistic rationale behind the lens. Crewdson choreographs light, finding meaning through light, collision between the familiar and the strange, highly metaphorical, psychological, cinematic. Meisel is a connoisseur of  narratives, interjecting social commentary. Scott’s artistic process is in working with polarity, hot and cold, positive and negative forces, creating a dark duality where we can plainly see a disarming disharmony. Check out his films for www.insidefly.com. Dixie Rose

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