Born in Switzerland 1979. At the age of sixteen Noa Ry attended art school in Zurich and earned the bachelor degree of art. At twenty-seven Noa Ry got the master's degree in cultural/gender studies at ZHDK Zurich. The artist works with any material. There are no boundaries for Noa Ry. The artist interest lies in the melting point between technology and human flesh. How the subject reacts, gets involved and merges.
Noa Ry creates sculptures, 3D paintings, robotic art, animations, installations and video art. A look into the future is what’s important to the Artist. That’s why Noa Ry invented the term DIVORG - a dividing organism.
From a cultural study perspective the DIVORG is the continuation of Donna Harraway's theory of the "cyborg". Noa Ry believes there is a need for a new term for the human species of the 21th century. „Because we are not controlled by technology anymore, but have merged with it“, Noa Ry says. „And so have our identities. Boundaries have washed away and identities have mixed. We have to be able to divide to survive in this fast and loaded world of information.
„We have to be a DIVORG - a dividing organism.“

In Noa Ry‘s more recent works,the artist has continued to draw the possibilities of merging “analog” and “digital” by animating existing 3D pictures, sculptures and newly drawn sketches. This is deliberately only done with the iPhone as a tool, which has become indispensable in the western world.

2022    upcoming shows in Madrid, Seoul, London springtime & Paris September 2022
2021     “Locked in” exhibit at Artfield, Atelier Sable d’Art, Paris

2021      Videoart: “the wall”- won 3.place at tmf gallery Switzerland
2021    „golden age“ at hairdresser’s Salon HAARWERKSTATT Zurich, Augustinergasse 44, Switzerland
2020       Itsliquid group, exhibition “fragmented identities”, Palazzo,Venice Italy
2020    3.FAT artFair, Schaffhausen, Switzerland
2020    Artbox Project Zurich 2.0, Swiss Art Expo, Sreenview Main Station, Zurich, Switzerland
2017    Exhebition Neuzeit Ruinen, Zurich, Switzerland



Error is the soul of storytelling...-N.R.-