Alexej Savreux (b.1989, Burlington, VT, lives and works in Kansas City, Missouri) is an artist, satirist, poet, and critic, holds a BA in Communications from Ottawa University, cum laude, and has undertaken near two-decade-long apprenticeships in linguistics, sociology, social theory, film and media arts, journalism, desktop publishing, and theatre. His written work and visual work have been published and exhibited in more than 200 periodicals, regionally, nationally, and internationally, including Writer's Digest, Cracked, The Berkley Press, The Kansas City Fringe Festival, The Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture (City of Boston, MA), The Washington Post, Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University in the City of New York, the division of social sciences at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS, and the linguistics departments at the University of Kansas and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Savreux is a longtime affiliate of the NEA-Kansas City, Wilshire Press, Wingless Dreamer Publishing House in Scotland, among others. He has been in residence at the Unlucky Rabbit Art Studio (Kansas City, MO) the division of Artificial Intelligence at Scale Laboratories (San Francisco, CA), and the Institute For Cultural Entrepreneurship at the State University of New York at Oneonta (Oneonta, NY). He has received grants from the Charlotte Street Foundation, ArtsKC, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The KU Spencer Museum of Art, The State of Kansas, and the University of Kansas. His work across media incorporates video art, sound art, trash art/painting, writing, photography, and satire to explore what he theorizes as a non-beginning nor non-ending to the human mind. In his work, Savreux often utilizes arcane and esoteric intellectual references drawn from psychoanalysis, psychiatry, social theory, philosophy, language, history, and mythology to thread a needle between the intellectually probing and the hysterically funny. Savreux is currently affiliated as a protege/student, designer, and sound engineer at the Conservatory, Theatre Department at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.