Matt Forderer

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Collage Surrealist Matthew Forderer divulges some secrets to his process and choices, including his repeated usage of birds and fish in his pieces, and how, with “madly strange” images portrayed in muted palettes, he is inviting viewers to participate by opening their minds and taking a visual vacation. (4:35)

Credits: Executive Producer Barbarella Fokos, Director David Fokos, Segment Director Thierry Denis – Helium Films USA, Segment Producers Jason Page and Thierry Denis, Cinematographer Thierry Denis, Editor Lenny Castaneda, Music The Long Goodbye by Flatwound, Never Heard A Rhyme Like This Before by Scottaltham

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With his surrealist collage works, artist Matt Forderer says, “I am not trying to convey a specific message, rather I am just trying to establish balance, to set the viewer at ease and encourage new thinking and contemplation… mind expansion.” In this installment of “What’s New,” our executive producer Barbarella Fokos checks in with Matt to see what he’s been working on since he was featured on Art Pulse TV.

Collage, Mixed Media, Surrealism

First, watch the segment, in which Matthew Forderer divulges some secrets to his process and choices, including his repeated usage of birds and fish in his pieces, and how, with “madly strange” images portrayed in muted palettes, he is inviting viewers to participate by opening their minds and taking a visual vacation. Then enjoy the Q&A discussion below.

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  • Collage
  • Mixed Media
  • Surrealism

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