Samuel Brzeski works between the fields of writing and art. His predominantly text-based practice explores spaces of discomfort and latent panic within digital culture. Through a wandering poetics of proximity, his works address hierarchies of attention and rhythmic sensibilities. Projects materialise as experimental publications, multimedia installations, performances and hybrid texts. These works seek an articulation of a feeling response, mapping how the emotional impacts of digital culture are manifested through language. He often works in collaboration with other artists and writers, and with reconfigurations and adaptations of existing texts.
Samuel is a visiting tutor at The Bergen Art Academy and Bergen School of Architecture, and works as a mediator at Lydgalleriet (The Sound Gallery). Along with Pedro Riva, Lucila Mayol, Audrey Hurd and Robin Everett, he runs the art writing collective and publishing press TEXST.
Samuel is originally from London, and is currently based in Bergen, Norway.