deep time inhabitants

deep time inhabitants

Scott Silvey: deep time inhabitants

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 2, 7–10pm
Exhibition dates: November 2–25, 2017
Viewing hours: Fridays and Saturdays, 11am–5pm, or by appointment.

Day & Night Projects is pleased to present deep time inhabitants, an exhibition by Atlanta artist Scott Silvey. In his latest solo exhibition, deep time inhabitants, Scott Silvey references those experiences which reveal the fundamental and collective nature of humanity. According to the psychologist Carl Jung, “from the unconscious there emanates determining influences which, independently of tradition, guarantee in every single individual a similarity and even a sameness of experience....” Through painting, objects, and installation, Silvey creates an atmosphere which works to pull aside the veil of culture and subjective perception to reveal an underlying psychological/spiritual foundation. Concepts of offering, sacrifice, the accumulation of knowledge, health, and the perception of reality are all woven into a potent and thought-provoking tableau.

deep time inhabitants will be on view at Day & Night Projects from November 2–25, 2017. Gallery hours are 11am–5pm Fridays and Saturdays, or by appointment (special hours may be announced for Thanksgiving week—stay tuned to our instagram: @daynightprojects).


Scott Silvey was raised in the fields and woodlands of central Indiana. After receiving a degree in psychology from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, he went on to earn an MFA in sculpture from Georgia State University in Atlanta. He has presented his work in both solo and group exhibitions across the United States and abroad. In the Atlanta area, he has shown his work at Whitespace Gallery, Get This! Gallery, Vaknin-Schwartz Gallery, City Gallery Chastain, City Gallery East, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Spruill Center Gallery and The Swan Coach House Gallery. Abroad, Scott was the first non-Japanese artist to be sponsored by All Nippon Airways to hold a solo exhibition at Haneda Airport in Japan. He also held two other solo shows and participated in several group shows in the eight years he lived there. In addition to earning multiple honors and awards, magazines such as Sculpture, Art Papers, and Antennae have featured his work. Scott has been a 2015–17 Studio Resident at The Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta through The Creatives Project. He currently lives and works in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Visit