My work is about color.
My work is about tactility.
My work is about materials.
My work is about flexible surfaces.
My work is about deflated rectangles.
My work is about perceptions of space.
My work is about restless, itchy experimentation.
My work is about paint meeting everyday materials.
My work is about understanding sensual intelligence.
My work is about frivolity understood as an essential need.
My work is about experiencing patriarchy in a woman’s body.
My work is about quietly refusing to submit to disciplinary authority.
My work is about producing art that continues to develop after it’s made.
My work is about images that function as objects and objects that function as images.
My work is about forging a democratic relationship between artist, object, and viewer.


Lizzie Scott’s interdisciplinary work has been the shown throughout the United States and in Europe. She has been working with the intersections of textiles, painting and sculpture for nearly 20 years. Lizzie received an MFA from CalArts, a BA from Brown University, and attended the Whitney Independent Study Program. She has had solo exhibitions at John Tevis Gallery (Paris), Galerie Gris (Hudson), The Jersey City Museum, and LMAKprojects (NY). Her performances, sculptures and paintings have appeared in group shows including at Zurcher Studio (NYC), Rachel Uffner Gallery (NYC), Kate MacGarry Gallery (London), Ohio University Art Gallery (Athens), Bennington College (VT) the Brooklyn Museum and the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Lizzie ran “The Total Styrene Experience” an intermittent roving performance laboratory from 2009-2016. Her projects have been featured and reviewed in publications including Artforum and the New York Times.