Scott Eady (Auckland, New Zealand -1972) is a maker of objects that interrogate and confound the nature and value of objects, with recent work taking on a greater participatory dimension. Exhibitions and projects include; The Philanthropist’s Stone, a permanent public sculpture on Cuba Street Wellington; Good Morning Vladivostok, (Artetage Museum of Modern Art Vladivostok, Russia 2016); IVAN, (Personal Structures, Palazzo Bembo, La Biennale Venezia 2013) and 100 Bikes Project: Gwangju, (The 9th Gwangju Biennale 2012); 100 Bikes Project: Part 1 (The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt, 2011). Eady is currently based in Dunedin, New Zealand and is Senior Lecturer of Sculpture at the Dunedin School of Art at Otago Polytechnic. His work is represented in public and private collections throughout New Zealand, Australia and Russia.
Scott Eady added a work onto the Nomadic Art Gallery's public participatory artwork, through the intermediary of one of his students Harry Freeth.