The series looks at the notion of “tribes” in general (political, ethnic, social, economic…) and at the cryptic communications, manipulations and complex relationships that characterize their evolution and together often generate a flow of enigmatic ambiguity in groups sharing the same traditions and basic codes of behaviour. The night lends itself to ritualistic practices that the light of day might suggest we avoid. The unsettling nature of the sensations portrayed is counterbalanced by a purposely agreeable (albeit idiosyncratic) dichromatic palette. www.scottmacleay.com...
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