Günter Pusch was born in Landshut, Germany, in 1962. After working as an automotive and aircraft mechanic (1977-1984), he graduated in architecture from the University of Applied Sciences in Munich. Here he began to study industrial and architectural design.
During this time he travelled extensively in South East Asia, in India, China, the USA, Indonesia, Israel and Jordan.
In 2002, he moved to Italy where he continued his artistic activity. He lives and works in Milan, Italy. In his paintings, technology and nature emerge in a mixture of mechanical alienation and living dimensions in which man and nature compete in the conquest of territories.
Engines become a symbolic representation of inner mechanisms, sometimes replacing places of emotion - interpreting the conﬂict between nature and technology.