Wave Sine, 2014
Scott chose to use the image of a wooden pathway to illustrate the various concepts of travel over vast distances. The curves and bends refer to the frequencies and curvature of our universe and how light and matter travel through space. The undulating form moving from an ascending to descending “sign-wave” illustrates this idea of the ridiculous distances traveled by way of “folding space” as well as referencing the various frequencies of matter and light. Some refer to “folding space” as a “wormhole”, and Scott is fascinated by the image of folding something that is vacuous, expansive and theoretically a means of traveling insurmountable distances.