Bruno Bez (1984, BR) is a visual artist recently based in Berlin. Stimulated by the questioning of how the visual and cognitive systems perceive and adapt to the vast contemporary field of digital experimentalism, he develops multidisciplinary experiences, converging distinct environments into video art installations, mapping, virtual reality, hologram, digital sculptures and prints.
He began his career in the universe of audiovisual production in the mid-2000s at the age of 16. His early works, in partnership with professionals from an emerging surf scene in Florianopolis, quickly made him nationally recognized. Maintaining an interest in how audiovisual creation can provide immersive experiences of altering our perceptions of time, space, and movement, his work has unfolded in the field of digital art by focusing on exploring the technical and poetic possibilities afforded by new media. Since 2007, Bez has been mainly dedicated to the creation of digital video art and real-time visual performances, where he presents highly kinetic atmospheres.
Thirdpsilon - Digital Roughness
Searching an unknown field, Thirdpsilon exhibition shares a loyal multidisciplinary experience, converging distinct environments into video art installations, mapping, virtual reality, hologram, digital sculptures, large prints on canvas even in fine art papers, taking over all the venue and each one's personal point of view.