Meik Brüsch (1987) is an artist and ethnologist based in Copenhagen, Denmark

Meik Brüsch (1987) is an artist and ethnologist based in Copenhagen, Denmark

“I occupy myself putting one thing together with the other thing so that the next thing becomes. I like it when blue, yellow and red have a chat, but some of their conversations doesn’t please me. I like it when a wet lump of clay or the shape of a piece of wood whispers about previous movements and relations. I want to interconnect just enough clues for you to forge a thought, but at the same time to dissolve cohesion. In the act of making - somewhere between interacting unruly narratives or material components and perceived wholes - I persuade a peculiar accumulation to emerge as something in itself.  Aided by the wizardry of strong colours and the quackery of pretended symmetries, I want to herd a comfortable outer mesh that halts and underpins our perception of everything’s dilapidated misery or delicate composition - in life as well as in any object. I am fuelled by the idea, that from this onset, I send my deliberately coincidental and gaudy artefacts, conveying ambiguous contentiousness, provisional acceptance and illusory but necessary harmonies.”