Benjamin T. Busch is a US-American visual artist and architect living in Berlin. A graduate of MA Spatial Strategies, Weissensee Academy of Art, his practice centers on spatial production and engages multiple formats, including 3D scanning, video, installation, sculpture, curating and publishing.
Since 2018, he co-directs The Institute for Endotic Research (TIER) together with Lorenzo Sandoval and Aouefa Amoussouvi. Busch is a 2021–22 participant of BPA// Berlin program for artists and a participant of The Whole Life Academy, part of HKW’s The Whole Life: An Archive Project.
In addition to working as an artist, Busch works as a documentary photographer and translator, and has recently worked as a project manager, 3D scanner, installation architect and arts educator. He authored Palimpsest and Material Senescence (2014), and together with Evangelos Papamatthäou-Matschke Point Blank (Munich: Reflektor M, 2016). Busch’s artwork and writing have appeared in Archinect, ArtSlant, Avant.org, Berlin Art Link, Failed Architecture, Horizonte (Bauhaus), Making & Breaking and uncube. He contributed to Lefebvre for Activists (Hamburg: adocs, 2020), co-edited OnCurating no. 31 (2016) and has co-produced a variety of publications with TIER. His German-English translations have been published by ARCH+, Distanz and HKW/Spector.