Eelko Moorer is an interdisciplinary designer of interior objects, footwear and bespoke accessories. His research focuses on how objects can function as performative agents offering critical perspectives on existing typologies and contexts through design.
Moorer approaches design as a language, where everyday objects function as vehicles to investigate and question the world around us. In an effort to refuse conventions and deviate from the norm, Moorer experiments with form and meaning creating provocative and almost animated works that inevitably seduce the viewer.
Moorer has worked on a variety of consultancy projects and commissions. His practice includes designs for the industry, bespoke and catwalk pieces, interior design objects for galleries,
installations, performances, short films, as well as lectures and workshops on the creative process in conceptual and critical thinking.
Moorer lives and works in London. Alongside working on design projects, he teaches as course leader of MA Footwear at London College of Fashion.His work has been exhibited internationally in private and public institutions, most notably at The Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, Saatchi Gallery, The British Council and Design Museum, London.