Scott Lyman

<p>Raised on a farm in rural Virginia, Scott Lyman studied acting at Harvard before moving to New York in 2010 to pursue a career as a visual artist and filmmaker. In 2014, Scott graduated with a masters in fine art from Central Saint Martins in London, where he developed a 26-minute video adaptation of Booker Prize-winner Alan Hollinghurst's debut novel "The Swimming-Pool Library" (1988).<br><br>Shortly thereafter, the video was selected for the high-profile Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2015, and installed in a custom, neoclassical pavilion at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. In 2016, Scott traveled to Malta for an artist's residency at Blitz in Valletta. Scott splits his time between New York and Virginia.<br><br>Curated by <a href="">New Contemporaries</a> for Daata<br></p>