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matthew Batty

matthew Batty

Lecturer of Art, Foundations

Department of Art

M.F.A. in Studio Art, Indiana University; B.F.A. in Studio Art, Flagler College


matthew anthony batty (b.1984 New Orleans, LA) is a trans-disciplinary artist. They received a BFA in Studio Art at Flagler College in 2013 and their MFA in Studio Art at Indiana University in 2017. In 2019, matthew was commissioned by the New Orleans Film Festival to create an installation which was funded in part by the Andy Warhol Foundation. batty has been invited to participate in artist-in-residence programs such as Hambidge Center for Creative Arts, Black Vulture Project, The Weigh of Mountains, and the Center for Rural Engagement. batty also explores curatorial work as an extension of their art practice. They have curated exhibitions at Spalding University, as well as curated experimental venues such as The Breezeway Gallery, The Fuller Projects. matthew anthony batty is currently a member of the national artist collective and network Tiger Strikes Asteroid. His work has been featured internationally in Berlin and Columbia. Their recent exhibition include such venues as Mana Contemporary in Chicago, and Atlanta Contemporary.

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