Matthew Sleeth is an Australian artist living and working between Melbourne, Australia and New York City, USA. His conceptually driven practice uses a range of media, including sculpture, photography, video and public installation. Sleeth’s work has been presented widely in Australia and internationally, including at the Odense Triennial, Odense, Denmark; Berlin Photography Festival, Berlin; Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, Netherlands; Venice Architecture Biennale, Venice, Italy; Art Chicago, Chicago, USA; Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne; and National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
Sleeth’s work is held in various public and private collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; National Gallery of Victoria; National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; Artbank, Sydney, Australia; Monash University Museum of Modern Art (MUMA), Melbourne; Brandts Museet, Odense, Denmark; Lyons HouseMuseum, Melbourne; Mallesons Stephen Jacques, Sydney; and Deutsche Bank, Australia. Recently, Sleeth worked with fellow artists Ben Quilty and Myuran Sukumaran to support an art program in Kerobokan Prison, Bali, Indonesia.
Matthew Sleeth “Technology is a driver of the language”
The first interview for this video series invites Australian artist Matthew Sleeth to reflect on time spent recently in the studio, influencing him to think more broadly about his history working with image as motion. He also discusses his collaborative process working with diverse technologies and how this approach has allowed him the creative flexibility […]