Nejc Trampuž (1993) is a multimedia artist and photographer. For the past five years, he has been actively involved in environmental and ecological projects and since 2019, he has also been an activist in the Youth for Climate Justice movement. His favourite form of expression is art collage in combination with various contemporary technologies, media and approaches. He combines these technologies to create his signature aesthetics, which is boisterous and often interactive.
He graduated Cum Laude and received an award for his Master’s degree in photography at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design. In 2018, he spent a semester working at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava where he prepared a solo exhibition at the OFF_festival as part of the Month of Photography in Bratislava. The Mur.at Association recently invited him to Graz in Austria, where he organized a workshop on generating images and texts using artificial intelligence as part of a multi-day event called Worklab (Un)sustainable?!, where they explored how modern technologies intertwine with environmental protection and ecology. In 2019, the Simulaker Gallery awarded him the PS37 reward. This kicked off cooperation with the Gallery, which resulted in an exhibition held as part of the konS project, as well as this book. He was a guest at various round tables, and he is also a member of the jury of the student section of the Plaktivat competition. In addition, he was a member of the jury of the student section of the Animateka Festival (2017) where he also presented his short animated film. His works have been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions and festivals. He has worked with organizations in Slovenia and other countries (konS modules, IZIS Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (+MSUM), Futurology at the Nova Gorica City Gallery, Alkatraz Gallery, the Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts, GT22, the Slovenian Association of Fine Art Societies, Kaos Festival at the Layer House Street Gallery, TAM-TAM, Sloart, Artsy Platform, the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), the Foto Fest festival in Slovakia, the Photogether Gallery in the Czech Republic, the Ljubljana City Hall, AQ Gallery, etc.).