Original Framed artwork by Debra Scacco. "Los Angeles River Arroy Seco Study". Ink on Dura-lar 9"x 9". 2016. Artwork includes a studio visit with the artist. Value of $1,100. Works by Debra Scacco address the contradiction of collective isolation as a result of contemporary migration. Texture and repetition are key elements in her work, often relying on an aggregation of marks to create a unified whole. Scacco rationalizes emotion and history into rules of execution. Every creative action is the result of a concept-led system of making. These parameters provide the necessary structure to continually re-construct the past into a form that may assist the present and future: each element of time processed and therefore executed in its own distinct way. Exploring placelessness in relation to time and memory, the emotional significance of personal history is a catalyst for continual investigation of geography and environment, both actual and constructed.
Donated By Debra Scacco