Greg Scott is a visual sociologist, multimedia artist, and filmmaker at DePaul University in Chicago, IL. He is the founding director of Sawbuck Productions, Inc., a non-profit organization that produces observational documentary films, experimental art films, virtual reality experiences, and large-scale public installation art. He is a co-founder of WILD AMERICAN DOGS, an interdisciplinary art duo focused on producing experimental films and performance, and of the Archive of Midwestern Culture, an institutionally recognized scholarly organization that documents creative life and artistic practice among people living in economically impoverished areas of the rural American Midwest.
Greg’s sociological and artistic work focuses on how marginalized groups develop rituals and practices of resistance and accommodation vis-à-vis dominant systems and institutions. Greg’s visual and performance pieces have appeared in gallery and museum installations, and his public art exhibits have toured North America and Europe. His documentaries have screened at festivals worldwide and have been distributed on National Geographic Channel and other networks. Greg received his Ph.D. in sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1998.
DePaul University, Social Science Research Center
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