23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Prologue Of Signum Supra
Signum Supra presents art as a shamanic ritual, as an aestheticized tool materializing principles that cannot be grasped by consciousness. Gripping structures that resemble rocks and landscape contours float in indeterminate space, serving as a springboard for contemplating the patterns of perception beyond the visible and the tangible.
Kryštof Brůha (1990), a student at the New Media Studio, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, explores the metaphysical plane of natural structures and phenomena, which he turns into aesthetic objects.
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