his painting process to designing Rorschach tests—creating forms that may seem neutral, but actually reveal the “subconscious thoughts of the viewer.” In this way his practice relates to that of
, who finds meaning in accidental ink spills and abstract patterns. Other valid reference points for Scott’s line paintings include
, who restructures our perception of time and space in his glass pavilions, and
, whose dedication to measuring time became not only iconic, but significant as a performative aspect in his work.