Sejr’s stark, confident compositions are chaotic and at times extremely compact but maintain an effortlessness and distinctive style which nods to Modernist sculpture and architecture. It is at once a rather brutalist, quite masculine style which maintains a constant desire for a perfect composition similar to those ideals favored by Kandinsky; yet as a contemporary artist, Sejr’s work also exhibit a tendency toward freneticism, and a playful incorporation of color and negative space. It is a recognizable unadorned aesthetic, almost lackadaisical or folkloric, of balance and harmony, housing an asymmetry and tension that allows the work to reverberate from within their frames. His pieces are known to follow a picturesque tradition with subtle twists as well as a strong sense of spaciousness and presence but with a clear sense of urgency in color as well as composition. Sejr graduated with a BFA from Aarhus Art Akademi in Denmark and currently lives and works in Aarhus.