Bruno Booth creates large, unapologetically bold paintings using an airbrush, shaped canvas and sweat. His latest work is evolving and uses multimedia elements and installation to explore his motivations.
He is interested in computer graphics and how these can influence a persons perception of the physical and the psychological. Broader themes that drive his practice include social networks (in real life and on-line) and the unprecedented change in how we communicate and disseminate information since the rise of the Internet. He is also curious about the conspicuous absence of disabled people in popular culture.
Influenced by the work of Greg Bogin, Morgan Blair and Josh Sperling, Bruno’s electric colour schemes and irregular shaped canvasses display a friendly and welcoming exterior. His installations echo the aesthetics of Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Alex Da Corte and Blair Thurman.
Hi my name is Zen and I am 12 years old. I go to school at Beehive Montessori School. I have two dogs; Elvis and Buddha. My interests are surfing, windsurfing, media and of course photography.