Matt Bodett

Elephant in

a collaborative performance with Laura Goldstein

  • Sept. 21, 2018
  • At High Concept Labs - 2233 S Throop St, 4th floor
  • 7-9 pm

 

Twice daily

a collaborative performance with Ricardo Mondragon

  • Oct. 19, 2018
  • At High Concept Labs - 2233 S Throop St, 4th floor
  • 7-9 pm

For tickets or more information please visit the facebook event here

lost, lost

a representation of madness in Shakespeare's Hamlet

  • Nov. 16, 2018
  • At High Concept Labs - 2233 S Throop St, 4th floor
  • 7-9 pm

Tickets and more information will be available shortly

This project was supported by a grant from 3Arts and Donations made to 3Arts Projects. Thank You!

 

Florence Merkl-Deutsch

Douglas Stapleton

Carrie Sandahl

Carol and Brian Gadekan 

Eric Schoening

Barton Longacre

Carole McCurdy

Jenni Rook

 

Tristan Lindo

Jill AnnieMargaret

Sue Latta

Pamela Sottile

Lynette Martin

Deborah Lader

Peter McDowell

Angelique Grandone

Steven Wang

Esther Grimm

 

Megan Sterling

Joan Giroux

Jay Fox

Kristina Grover

Gary Bell

Meghann Sottile

William and Sharolyn Bodett

Patricia and Jon Wallace

About Me

Matt Bodett received his MFA from Boise State University in 2011, and taught printmaking there until he moved to Chicago in 2013. Since moving to Chicago he has played an active role in disability advocacy and utilizing artwork to open dialogue around mental health. As a visual artist, poet, and performance artist Matt has had opportunities to share his work at many venues throughout the Chicago including Steppenwolf Theater, Victory Gardens, The Poetry Foundation, Intuit: the Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Evanston Art Center, Gallery 400, and many other locations. His printmaking has been featured in the 3rd Global Print exhibition and the 9th Douro Biennial in Douro, Portugal, as well as print exhibitions in Tehran, Iran: Milan, Italy; and Oslo, Norway. Matt also teaches at Loyola University Chicago, Northeastern University, and is on the advisory board for the Institute for Therapy Through the Arts based in Evanston, IL.

In 2005 Matt was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder and has utilized the experience of understanding the world anew in his acts of art. Linguistics, psychology, mental health, and phenomenology all play important roles within each act.

For more information you can reach Matt via email at matt@mattbodett.com
or stop by his studio in downtown Chicago at 410 S Michigan Ave suite 420 (appointment only)

all image on this website copyright 2018 Matt Bodett and may not be reproduced without written permission from the artist.