Matt Saunders is an interdisciplinary artist. Based between New York, Boston, and Berlin, Saunders’s work has been widely exhibited. Highlights include the solo exhibition Century Rolls (2012–13) at the Tate Liverpool and the group exhibition Test Pattern (2013) at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. He holds degrees from Harvard University (1997) and Yale University (2002), where he was educated in painting. Saunders first uses ink sketches, oil paints, or various collaged materials to create negatives on Mylar sheets, transferring his images onto photo paper through contact printing or by placing them in an enlarger. The finished pieces are photographic prints, reminiscent of old avant-garde films. He is Assistant Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University and has been published in Artforum and Texte zer Kunst. Recently, Saunders was recognised with the Prix Jean-François Prat award (2013).