Meyer-Ebrecht makes sculpture, collages, and drawings. His large-scale sculptures employ colorful abstract geometric shapes benches, platforms and other kind of seating. Books play an important role in his work. He is interested into the conceptual and visionary space that the book inhabits physical object in his studio. Together with Kayrock for this edition he created a reproduction of a composite book cover. This book cover was then individually cut apart along the printed lines and reassembled
Meyer-Ebrecht was born in Hamburg, Germany, and since 2000 has been based in NYC. After studying at the University for the Arts in Berlin, he received his MFA from Hunter College in 2002. His work has been included in group shows in a variety of venues in New York and beyond - among them Lesley Heller Workspace, Storefront Bushwick, Maxwell Davidson Gallery, Pocket Utopia, New Jersey Visual Arts Center, and Galeria Casa Triangulo in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In April 2013 he had a solo show at the Matteawan Gallery in Beacon, and a two person show at Storefront Ten Eyck in February 2014.