Bruno Booth creates large, novelly shaped paintings that appear to change perspective when viewed from different angles.

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 labelling theory, the unprecedented change in how we disseminate information since the rise of the Internet and the conspicuous absence of disabled people in popular culture. 

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Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017 – Trying to be social. Gallery Central, Perth, Australia.

2017 – What you see, is what you see. Blankspace, Fremantle, Australia.

2016 – Gradual, The Butchers Shop, Northbridge, Australia.

2015 – Goods. Lightbox Laneway, Northbridge, Australia.

2015 – Brain Juju. The Butcher Shop, Northbridge, Australia.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017 – Feel Good, Ambush Gallery,  Sydney, Australia.

2016 – Thank you for your time, Nysiztor Studio, Melville, Australia.

2016 – A Stray Alien. Moores Contemporary, Fremantle, Australia.

2015 – Cord Fundraiser. Whipper Snapper Distillery, Mt Lawley, Australia. 

2015 – One Sugar To Go. Whipper Snapper Distillery, Mt Lawley, Australia. 

2015 – Shine: The Best Graduates from Creative Disciplines. Gallery Central, Northbridge, Australia. 

2015 – Public Salon. Victoria Park, Australia.

2014 – For The Record. The Bird, Northbridge, Australia.

2014 – TDK Threesome. Northbridge, Australia.

2014 – My Perth. Whiteman Park letterpress exhibition, Australia.

2013 –Three Word Advice.  Marcel Studio, Mt Lawley, Australia.

Selected Public Art Commissions / Projects

2016 – Blue Chips. Mural Painting, City of Vincent, Australia.

2015 – Mundaring Arts Center.  Street Art workshops and installations, Mundaring, Australia.

2015 – Beauvine Festival, Installation and live painting, Northbridge, Australia.

2015 – Expresstival, Installation and live painting, Perth, Australia.

2015 – Public: Art in the city. Mural painting, Northbridge, Australia.

2015 – Camp Doogs Festival. Live mural painting, Nannup, Australia.