Matt McCormick is a filmmaker and artist who lives in Portland Oregon. His work crosses mediums and defies genre distinctions to fashion witty, abstract observations of contemporary culture and the urban landscape. He has had three films screen at the Sundance Film Festival, and has had work screened or exhibited at MoMA, The Serpentine Gallery, The Oslo Museum of Modern Art, the Reykjavik Art Museum, The Seattle Art Museum, and in 2007 he was selected to participate in both the Moscow Biennial and Art Basil. He has received awards including Best Short Film from the San Francisco International Film Fest, Best Experimental from the New York Underground Film Fest, and Best Narrative from the Ann Arbor Film Fest, and his film The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal was named in ‘Top 10 / Best of 2002’ lists in both The Village Voice and Art Forum magazine.
Matt’s work can be found on:
From Tugboats to Polar Bears (The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal, Sincerely Joe P Bear, The Vyrotonin Decision, American Nutria)
Peripheral Produce All-Time Greatest Hits (…Graffiti Removal)
The Auto-Cinematic Video Mix Tape (Segment)
official website: www.rodeofilmco.com