Samuel Richter (b.1993 in Eskilstuna, Sweden) is an artist and writer. Through moving image, photography, text and installation, Richter investigates political history and its intersections with aestethical representation, fictionalization and contemporary image production. He recieved his MA in Fine Arts 2019 at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. He also holds a BA in philosohpy, from Söderntörn University, Stockholm. As a part of newly founded Agentur – a Stockholm based working group for critical culture production – he is currently working with the research project The Aesthetics of the Popular Front.
Image Missing or Scenes Based on an Unrealized Play by Bertolt Brecht (1939), and Later Reimagined by Peter Weiss (1978), about Engelbrekt and the Peasant Uprising in Sweden 1434—36