Walter Kaheró:ton Scott ( b. 1985) is a Kahnawake born contemporary artist, currently based in Montreal and Toronto. Scott’s interdisciplinary practise includes drawing, writing, video, performance, and sculpture. Through his work, Scott explores contemporary questions of representation, cultural production, popular culture, and narrative construction. Scott has shown in solo and group exhibitions in Japan, North America, Europe, and the United States. He has had recent solo exhibitions at Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, Vancouver ( 2019); I.S.C.P. Brooklyn, New York (2019); Remai Modern, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (2018); Erin Stump Projects, Toronto, Ontario (2018); and Plug-In Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, Manitoba (2017). Recent group shows include Fermenting Feminism, Access Gallery, Vancouver (2019); This is Serious: Canadian Indie Comics, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton (2019); Common Place: Common-Place, Art Museum of the University of Toronto, Toronto (2019); The World According to Generalized Axiom of Revealed Preference, Franz Kaka, Toronto (2018); Propped, Oakville Galleries, Oakville (2017); and Wood Land School: Drawing a Line from January to December, SBC, Montreal (2017).
- Slipping On The Missing X, 2019
- Neil Campbell / Beau Dick / Gigaemi Kukwits / Walter Scott, 2018
- A Small Metal Crow with Wings on the Way, 2017
- Pre-Existing Work, 2014
- Solo Exhibition, 2013
- Cracker – Barrel, 2013
Survey of works