Samuel Brzeski is an artist and writer based in Bergen, Norway.
Samuel works with language as raw material: moulding, stretching and transforming physical texts on screen, on the page and within speech sound.
Linguistic source material is found in the excess of language seen throughout post-digital culture—both online and offline. Texts are sampled, rewritten, combined and then performed across mediums. In these acts of transformation and repetition, Samuel’s work explores ways in which digital culture has changed our relationship to language, and the emotional impacts of these changes.
Samuel also co-runs the art-writing collective and publishing platform TEXST, and publishes writing on various platforms, including Contemporary Art Stavanger, SPAM and Lydgalleriet.
Interview Heather Jones, Contemporary Art Stavanger, September 2022
Electronic Pies in the Poetry Skies
Alexander Wöran, Die Referentin, June 2022 (originally in German — English translation available in link)
Det du ikke kan si bekrefter det du ikke kan skrive Tommy Olsson, Kunstkritikk,
Samtidsstress Heidi-Anett Haugen, ArtScene Trondheim, April 2022
En virtuell framtid Kajsa Frostensson, Omkonst, January 2022
Reisen til nattens ende Chris Erichsen, Scenekunst, October 2018