On the show this week: Bjoern Meyer-Ebrecht. Bjoern makes, collages, sculptures and drawings that draw on found imagery of post war architecture. His work deals not so much with the architecture itself, but what architectural forms can tell us about society, politics and ideology.
I met with Bjoern in his studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn, to talk about the evolution of his work and his interest in architecture.
UNTITLED (BOOK STANDS), 2011
UNTITLED (CHAIRS), 2011
UNTITLED (FIFTEEN COLLAGES II) , 2007
UNTITLED (BOOK COVERS II), 2008
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