Amid the debates over installating lights at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, Scott Mutter created his own humorous solution—fans lighting the diamond with flashlights. For 30 years, Mutter has been creating his signature “Surrational” photomontages which blend two or more negatives into one impossible yet believable photo. World-renowned, but without any artistic training, His astounding work has been featured in international exhibitions, magazines, newspapers, Hollywood set designs and psychology textbooks.
Scott Mutter calls his startling, compelling photographic style in which he merges two unrelated images into a new reality “Surrational.” A photographer for 30 years, Mutter has no formal artistic training, studying history and the Chinese language before pursuing photography. Filmmaker Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein’s theories regarding photomontage are a strong influence on his Mutter’s work.
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