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Matt McCormick is a 34-year-old artist and filmmaker who has made several award winning short films in recent years. His work blurs the lines between documentary and experimental filmmaking to fashion witty and abstract observations of contemporary culture and the urban landscape. His film Towlines explores the role of the tugboat in modern society, while American Nutria examines the plight of an imported species while chastising capitalism?s tendency to create its own disasters. The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal makes the observation that the process of destroying one art form unwittingly creates another, while his installation piece Ride a Wave To Tomorrow?s Sunset reflects on the need for ?synthetic meditation?.