Brusk’s work is multi-faceted, as he creates his artwork across varying mediums. His artistic style has continued to evolve throughout time; developing new technical expertise which are expressed through many different styles, such as figurative, abstract, realist and graphic work.
With Monument’s Value, Brusk once again takes the pencil to plant it in the wounds of modernity. HIs work is revealing of a humanity thrown into the post-truth, where facts and reality have become floating and uncertain. Brusk conjures images such as a bee cemetery, the melting of the Statue of Liberty, disintegrating emergency doctors, and a drifting of humanity at sea. However, beyond these dystopian compositions, Brusk also signs a form of commitment and reminds us that the fight is also documented and played on canvas.