Nicole Scott is a fourth-year Studio Art and Art History Major at the University of Guelph. Her studio practice is focused on using sculpture to represent the different functions and systems found within the human body. Nicole is currently using a method of drawing, and layering of glass, to create a three-dimensional representational view of neurons within the central and peripheral nervous system. This piece has been influenced by Nicole’s struggle with Essential tremors, a neurological disorder that causes involuntary and rhythmic shaking that occurs most often in the hands. Allowing her tremor to naturally aid in the process of drawing, Nicole has created a balance between shifting perspective and noise that brings the sculpture to life.
Nicole’s Instagram: @nicolescott_art
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