My Name Is Scot is interested in questions of technological prerogative, economic privilege, social alienation, and the limitations or possibilities of global citizenship. His installation, video, performance, text based and site specific intervention work has been seen in exhibitions, screenings and performances in Canada, Europe, Asia,mthe Middle East, the United States, Africa and Latin America. Recent work includes Public Address @ The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate in Sofia, Bulgaria, Malefactor @ the Vancouver Art Gallery and Hello Stranger @ Momentum Experimental Arts Festival in Kolkata, India. His texts have been published in the Capilano Review, danDelion,
Front Magazine, Valeveil and Geist.