Whatever happens next / Karkoli se zgodi potem 8. 9. – 29. 9. 2020 Mergentalerjeva ulična galerija Layerjeve hiše in TAM-TAMa Odprtje: torek, 8. 9., ob 18.00 V Letu kolaža 2020 se kot septembrski ustvarjalec v kolažu predstavlja Brut Carniollus iz Radovljice. Na ulici se na ogled postavijo trije obrazi prihodnosti. Tri ženske, vsaka v […]
An ongoing series of minimalist digital collages provoked by a popular use of the term illegal person which is widely used to justify a denial of basic human rights to all less fortunate. A portrait of schizophrenic society and facile abuse of power.
Thanks to master blacksmiths of Kropa I finally got my own street lamp installed in my hometown.
THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD AND THE PANDEMIC EXPERIENCE Throughout history, we have witnessed the incredible advances of technology and science, as well as the fact that man is adapting most quickly to change, and is still at the top of the food chain, but all this has not helped us be better people. Natural and technological […]
Dear Brut Carniollus, Congratulations! Your photograph, “stalker”, has been selected to be part of the 12th Photometria Awards exhibition (25 selected photographs), entitled: “Stalk Me”, by Photometria International Photography Festival 2020!
The word has stopped. Giving us an incredible opportunity to do the same and rethink the way we envision our society. An opportunity we never had or could even imagine. The world has stopped to give us time to think. Are we going to? Most probably not, but now we know the world can stop […]
In this series of geometric deconstructional graphics objects are deconstructed, analyzed, reassembled and made transparent with utmost disrespect for their original order or size. Resulting digital collagea are a three-dimensional object reassembled in a two-dimensional space, without regard to what can actually be seen in the real world. So while one can’t see the back […]
As with any attempt to categorise art, the works could easily be in more than one gallery. But separation allows us to look at the work through a particular lens. Many of the works were created as a direct response to COVID-19, some existing works revised with the virus in mind, and others are older […]
Update: exhibition moved to November 2020. Even though I would be more than happy to welcome you at the exhibition, please #stayathome and stay safe. I’m posting this expecting COVID-19 lockdown and even if it’s not the same as in real gallery, you can see exhibited pieces (and more) in Metropolis. Image Collective Gallery, Edinburgh […]