Meaning is at the heart of Zoer’s work. This observer hons in, captures the real to better figure it out. His personal vision comes from drawing at an early age. As a child, he spent time in scrap yards, drawing traffic-jams and developed a passion for destroyed items and changing objects. From this, he established his own formal vocabulary. As a teenager, he became familiar with comic art and editing satirical fanzines, he developed a graphic sense and narration.

In the early 2000’s, parallel to his industrial design studies, he frequented aerosol cans and abandoned lands, while deploying a sensibility for the color. He was soon noticed for his creative richness and his sense for integrating illustration to art of letter/typography. Like an architect, he builds the painting with poetry, reveals a glance with politic accents on society and its cultures. He’s giving a lot of attention to abandoned places and their hope for future.

Zoer’s artistic language cultivates paradox. Often violence of the subject can resonate with the delicacy of the render. Precision justifying disorder, realism approaching utopia. Travelling the world for painting, he wants to settle in the landscape, considering the place he chooses appropriate, thus giving it a new point of view.





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