Scott Bartlett Characteristics

The works of Scott Bartlett are distinguished by the intensity of imagery and sound mix. He frequently uses negative images, solarization, computer-film, and electronic patterns.

The content ranges from abstraction to narrative, including anything from pure color and line patterns to revisualized documentary films.

"There is a pattern in my film work that could be the patten of a hundred-thousand movies. It simply is repeat and purify, repeat and synthesize, abstract, abstract, abstract," said Scott Bartlett.

Youngblood, Gene (1970) New York: Dutton

Scott Bartlett