24/11/2017 – 26/11/2017
sat– sun kl. 12–17
24/11 kl. 19:00 – 21:00
Samuel Brzeski’s practice investigates perceptions and understandings of time on biological, social and geologic scales. Through the study and presentation of sites, situations and objects, the work explores existential narratives on ontology and the transient mortality of the human species. Taking both an archaeological and a speculative approach, the work investigates the narratives that are implicit in the objects, materials and resonances that are left behind, and presents possibilities and echoes of a potential future to come. Principally, these ideas concern an understanding of the inevitable decline and mortality of humanity and the placement of human existence on a larger, deeper timescale.
Samuel Brzeski (b,1988, London) studied Bachelor’s of English Literature at Sheffield University, UK and is currently taking his Master of Fine Art at Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Norway. Samuel has exhibited in London, Venice, Berlin, Prague and Bergen and has taken residencies in Italy, Germany and Finland.