Samuel Brzeski's current work deals with the situation of language within the digital context, particularly in relation to articulations of affect. His predominantly text-based projects search for the place and presence of the emotive body within the post-digital swirl of language. This involves exploring the inherent malleability of language to create and/or question meaning, narrative and experience. Working primarily with acts of reading and vocal semantics, the works investigate how the emotional impacts of digital culture are manifested through textual and vocal mediums. Reconfigurations of existing texts from a variety of sources feature prominently, with texts selected for their poetic or political vibrations. Samuel is based in Bergen, Norway.