Carla Scott Fullerton was The Royal Standard’s 2011 Artist in Residence. Her practice is shaped by an interest in architecture: its history, materials and function. Her sensitivity to materials and awareness of the status and economy attached to their use forms the nucleus of a process of instinctive exploration composed of drawing and sculpture, each separate yet one often informing the other. She is particularly interested in architectural semiotics and how a building’s materials can express social or cultural codes as well as our interaction with a relationship to the built environment.
The residency concluded with a presentation by Carla produced during her residency.