Benjamin Busch (*1987) is a US-American visual artist living in Berlin. First trained as an architect (M.A. Arch.), he received his M.A. in Spatial Strategies in 2017 from the Weissensee Academy of Art, Berlin. In his artistic practice, he employs architecture as a narrative device to shed light on underrepresented communities. Through his critical writing, social practice, and mixed-media and multimedia artworks, Busch engages the production of space as a convergence of its perceived, conceived, and lived modalities. He was a 2021–22 participant of BPA// Berlin program for artists, and from 2018 to 2022 he co-directed the artistic project space The Institute for Endotic Research (TIER). His artwork and writing have appeared in artist monographs, edited volumes, journals, and magazines, and he has exhibited in Germany and internationally.

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