February 23, 2020 – Beat Zoderer has been working as a freelance artist since 1977. Zoderer’s work includes installations, sculptures, wall objects, paper projects and collages. His art takes its source from material far removed from art, which he obtains from DIY stores or stationery shops. Beat Zoderer’s work alternates between surface and object, sculpture and installation. Everyday materials such as PVC, structural panels, rubber bands, metal ties, office supplies, parquet flooring, or chipboard are used to create geometric two and three-dimensional arrangements that extend into a space.
“I’m inherently more interested in the holes in a grid or system.” (Beat Zoderer, Neues Museum Nuremberg)