March 3-October 7, 2012

Gregory Scott blurs the lines between painting, photography, and video to create humorous and often challenging works of art. In these hybrid artworks, Scott seamlessly blends imbedded computer screens with still photographic and/or painted images. The result is a series of complex, narrative compositions that, although entertaining, explore a range of issues, from perception and illusion to identity and loneliness. His works combine entertainment and art, making the viewer reconsider the traditional role of art within the context of modern technology. Expand your notion of painting, photography, and video in the exhibitionOutside the Frame.