The installations of Zoro Feigl seem to be alive. His materials dance and twist. Placed together in a space, the separate works become one: large and ponderous in places, nervous or gracious elsewhere.

Feigl's forms are constantly changing, sometimes slowly, sometimes quickly. The exhibition space becomes an enlarged microscope: single-cell creatures, primitive organisms are twisting, groaning and convulsing. Without beginning or end the objects seem to be locked into themselves. As a viewer you become entangled in their movements: they embrace and amaze, but sometimes also frighten you.


Zoro Feigl lives and works in between Amsterdam, Netherlands and Antwerp, Belgium. He graduated from the Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam and the Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunst, Gent. His work has been shown internationally at various exhibitions including the Mori Art Museum Tokyo, SPACE Pittsburgh USA, KisArt Busan Korea, National Art Museum of China, Galeria de Arte do SESI Sao Paulo, Artplay Moscow, A+B Contemporary Italy, 0gms Sofia Bulgaria, Verbeke Foundation Belgium, Kulturhuset Stockholm, Self Surface Stuttgart, Black Door Istanbul and several institutes in the Netherlands such as Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, MU, DordtYart, Het Nieuwe Instituut, W139, Arti et Amicitea and Fons Welters. His works is in international museum collections such as HeART museum Herning Denmark, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Rijksmuseum Twenthe Enschede, Museum Voorlinden Wassenaar and the Verbeke Foundation Belgium and has made several commissions for public space such as the work ECHO for the Ministry building in The Hague and Rock&Roll for the National Archive in Emmen, NL. He won the Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst publieksprijs 2013, and the Witteveen+Bos Kunst+Techniek Prijs 2018 and has been nominated for Dutch Artist of the year continuously since 2021.