Artist Statement

Ron Ziser is a visual artist who’s work primarily explores the economic realities of a globalised world and innovative modes production and distribution which have the potential to offer us a more progressive economic existence. These revolve around his concept of  ‘The Common Ideal’ which he developed in his recently published masters dissertation and the notion of ‘decentralisation’ which includes and exceeds the advent of blockchain technology. These multi-layered ideas are embedded within more approachable imagery and motifs but become more evident when considering his choice of materials and techniques and the particular modes of production he chooses to produce his work. Using various digital and physical mediums he creates objects which transcend the boundaries between art, architecture and design and the threshold between the digital and physical world, whilst maintaining an interest in eco-conscious practices, materials and concerns. 


Following his bachelors degree at Goldsmiths University Ziser spent a number of years in the architecture visualisation and property development sector, he also ran a pop-up gallery space in east London whilst developing his practice around various maker-spaces around the city. In conjunction with his art practice Ziser has curated and produced a number of exhibitions featuring his peers and is also working on a series of industrial design projects which he plans to develop and release in the coming years. He recently graduated from the Royal College of Art with a distinction and continues to work in London, UK.

b. 1990 in London, UK


Chelsea College of Art and Design, Art Foundation, 2009 - 2010

Goldsmiths, BA (Hons) Fine Art and Art History, 2011 - 2013

Royal College of Art, MA Sculpture, 2020 - 2022



Foundation Degree Show, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, June 2010


Honeymoon, OTR, London / January 2011


Degree Show, Goldsmiths University, London / June 2013


14/55, Gem Space Gallery, London / January 2014 (featured artist and curator)


Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London

Cardboard Conversations, MERZ Gallery, Sanquhar, Scotland

First Impressions, Maverick Safehouses 1&2, London

Merzbau Pavilions: Speculations and Propositions, Merz Barn, Shippon Gallery, Ambleside

Naturisms, 399 Hornsey Road, London (featured artist and curator)


We Won't Stop Showing, SET Woolwich, London

Lapped Seams and Silver Linings, Standpoint Gallery, London

Show 2022, Royal College of Art, London