Amadeaus Scott’s work germinates from her role as creative narrator, exploring relationships between identity, heritage, and place through concentric circles of state, city, and home. From this root-system, three branches unfurl. One begins at the state level, offering comfort and connection among Michiganders through exchange of mittens with locale stories. Another is at city level, storytelling Ann Arbor’s complicated past and present through its feral apple trees. The final branch focuses on home, creating new narratives to fill those lacking within her family’s history.
MFA Thesis Exhibition
Location: Robbins Gallery
Closing Reception: April 2, 6 – 9 pm