Ryder Morey-Weale’s work revolves around an in-depth exploration of resilient ecosystems in the contemporary context of advanced globalization and climate collapse. His installations, which combine sculptural and sonic elements, highlight the often overlooked but nonetheless prescient clues to a future shaped by new living synergies. Using materials and elements collected in the immediate vicinity of his workplace, his work proposes heterogeneous alloys with multiple origins and marginalized histories.
Ryder Morey-Weale (1994; Eindhoven, Netherlands) lives and works in Marseille, France. Recent exhibitions include Singing at a loud party at Bungalow, Berlin, 2021 and Future Flora at KIOSK, Cité Radieuse Le Corbusier, 2021 as well as presentations in the group shows Porous Cities, organized by South Parade at Féria, Marseille, 2023 and Day of the Frogs, at Floating University, Berlin, 2022, among others.