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Matthew Crasner

artist  |  Matthew Crasner

Brussels

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In his artistic practice, Matthew often works from photographs and found images and although his practice is not confined by their use, found images and old photographs retain the sense of nostalgia and familiarity that runs throughout his body of work. In an attempt to describe the creative process behind his work, Matthew starts with a broad landscape of ideas and possibilities and collects varied source materials, such as drawings, ... Read more
In his artistic practice, Matthew often works from photographs and found images and although his practice is not confined by their use, found images and old photographs retain the sense of nostalgia and familiarity that runs throughout his body of work.

In an attempt to describe the creative process behind his work, Matthew starts with a broad landscape of ideas and possibilities and collects varied source materials, such as drawings, writing and other media and tries to approach the activity of making art with an image of the finished work already in his head. He usually works on two or more pieces at once and in different media to try and maintain the energy and spontaneity of each piece of work.

"All the work in my studio is in a state of flux and can be added to or altered as long as they are there. The work is finished by the act of being viewed and is alive in that instance. My work exists as a document or record of my own history, experiences, ideas and feelings and sometimes as a guide depicting the many possible outcomes of futures that might be or have not yet happened." Read less
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