John d'Addario reviews the St. Claude Arts District openings, spotlighting Shift Change
at The Front nolafront.org
and Scott's work.
Diane Mack features Let There Be Lumières in her series 'Eye on the Arts' for the New Orleans NPR affiliate station WWNO (89.9 fm).
Art blogger Sylvie Contiguglia includes the latest solo show, Let There Be Lumières, in her review of new work in the St. Claude Arts District.
The blog ART E-WALK features the installation The Spiders From Mars Are Not Amused by Cynthia Scott in its review of this survey show.
Reggie Rodrigue of Oxford American includes Scott's work in his thought-provoking review of this survey show at Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, Louisiana. Curated by Rene Paul Barilleaux, Chief Curator of McNay Museum of Art in San Antonio, Texas.
The April 2012 issue of the online InvadeNOLA magazine selected Scott as one of the "Loves" in its Art section. Text by Amanda LaPlaca.
D. Eric Bookhardt illustrates his review in Gambit Weekly
with Scott's piece 'Chandeleur (The Fishers)'
. Also on insidenola.com
writer Kathy Rodriguez reviews the sculpture show Redheaded Stepchild
at HomeSpace Gallery in New Orleans from Novemver 12 - December 4, 2011. The exhibition was curated by Cynthia Scott and Brian St. Cyr and included work by Kevin Baer, Thor Carlson, Kourtney Keller, Jonathan Pellitteri, Cynthia Scott and Patrick Segura.
Writer Reggie Rodrigue previews the sculpture show Redheaded Stepchild
on his art criticism blog louisianaesthetic.com
Dorothy Moye of Southern Spaces has assembled a large collection of photographs of the iconographic "X" symbols which were painted on every building in New Orleans by rescuers (both human and animal). Ms. Moye annotates the exhibition with well researched explanations. Many of the photos in the exhibition are mine, part of a larger series.
This organization formed by a group of Houston artists (Rick Lowe and Sam Durant among them) and philanthropists has a focus on using art to bring about social justice. They funded a number of projects in New Orleans during the years 2005-2010 and have published a book of their efforts. My installation New World Wailing Wall received a grant from Transforma Projects and is included in the book.
Jayme McLellan, Director of Civilian Art Projects in Washington, D.C., invited 11 New Orleans artists to participate in Frontier Preachers at the Soap Factory art space in Minneapolis. Surveying the space prior to the June 2009 show, I discuss post-Katrina issues and plans for my installations with McLellan.
Further interview and dance performance using Cinderella's Last Stand as set, the Soap Factory, Minneapolis, July 2009.
Yes, I played Corporal Dietrich in the James Cameron film Aliens.
New York's (t)here magazine traveled to New Orleans to invite a number of the city's artists to select a scroll containing a subject for an art piece. The artists had exactly 24 hours to create their works, which were published in the magazine's Spring 2009 issue. Publishers of the magazine filmed before and after interviews with some of the participants.