In a class of its own

Brogan Scott

4 - 24 March 2016


30upstairs Brogan Scott


Luxury Living, 2015, custom neon light and pot, 73 x 47 cm

My works are hybrid concept spaces that deal with social hierarchies and the way we portray ourselves in our consumerist society through the decoration of interior space. The work is a conversation between highbrow and lowbrow aesthetics.

Horror vacui; the fear of spatial voids and amor vacui; the love of empty space are opposing methods utilised aesthetically in my work, drawing attention to the ways in which we feel the need to embellish and fill space.

In a class of its own seeks to challenge the way that style and taste can be seen as representative of status within a capitalist, social hierarchy.

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