Matt Hanns Schroeter is an artist whose work explores the intersections of identity, insecurities, sexuality and technology.

Matt's recent work focuses on bringing his digitally illustrated patterns to sculptures, installations, and performances. Starting in 2018, he began experimenting with laser cutting and CNC production for Rainbow Reflector, an installation at Vancouver's annual Pride festival. In 2019, he experimented further by creating and exhibiting Flow State, his first hand-made wood sculpture from reclaimed materials.

After working with reclaimed materials, Matt has been focused on producing work with minimal environmental impact. He continues his practice today at Soft Hands Studio, an artist collective and studio based in downtown Vancouver.