Johannes Buss (1972) was born in Metelen, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. He studied fine arts in Enschede in the Netherlands, where he graduated with a bachelor degree in 1998. In 1997 he was at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver.
After his graduation he moved to Berlin in 1999 where he started of working with the collaborative art project HIGH END. They were invited a.o. to the Akademie der Kuenste Berlin and the Barbican Art Centre in London. Furthermore he was part of the artistic team for the art project Mindmapping in Frankfurt, Dresden and Berlin. In 2004 Buss was invited to be artist in residence at the Bag Factory in Johannesburg and in 2005 he joined the artists foundation Het Wilde Weten in Rotterdam for a working period of 3 months.
Radical Adults Productions
Since 2002 Buss produces works under this name. Crossing borders between art, design and scenography Buss creates work for different occasions. Showcases vary from exhibitions, theatre, set design and music festivals. He extracts existing media out of popular culture, politics and economics and alters and recombines them in form of installations, sculptural objects, and spatial design. Buss has exhibited a.o. at Barbican Art Centre London, the Johannesburg Art Gallery, the Badischer Kunstverein Karlsruhe, the Städtische Kunsthalle Lothringer 13 Munich and the German Embassy in London.
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