Scott’s work explores the language of International Modernism, material sensitivities, memory and perceptual ambiguity, and uses concepts from architecture such as the upturned view. She questions the nature of space by depicting three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface in strange and unexpected ways. The forms in her work refer to assemblages and architectural spaces, complicated by the vagaries of human perception and the intrusion of feeling. She aims to create a language of forms which leaves missing links for the viewer’s eye to fill in.