Beat Zoderer

Beat Zoderer predominantly uses everyday materials as a basis for his work. The artist sources his materials from general hardware stores. Rather than altering them, Zoderer makes use of these materials within what at first appears to be methodical structures based on repetition or mathematical systems. However this is a deception, as each piece allows for an arbitrary element.

During the largely spontaneous process of creating works, Beat Zoderer is guided by an attempt to create order in chaos. To facilitate this he sometimes draws on the formal language of historic works of geometric abstraction. The complexity of each piece consciously allows for imperfections and mistakes. It is this self-contradicting and ambiguous quality of the works that gives them the playfulness that probably best characterizes the artist and his work. Download Beat Zoderer' CV here

Beat Zoderer - New Tools for Old Atitudes

Exhibition Trailer for 2008 Exhibition at Haus Konstruktiv in Zürich

Cleveland Institute of Art

Introduction Beat Zoderer - Flying Carpet
Installation at the Cleveland Institute of Art

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Interview Beat Zoderer - Flying Carpet
Installation at the Cleveland Institute of Art

Interview with Chritoph Doswald

Zürich based curator Chritoph Doswald describing Beat Zoderer's Zürich Art Tram