SEMOR's work is influenced by deteriorating buildings, areas in construction, makeshift huts and abandoned scrap in the streets. These are example of elements in his compositions that are created without the influence of people, and are used in his work because of the lines and the rhythmic nature that appears in it. Lead by an automatic drawing style, which often command his compositions, lines are organized to create chaotic graphics systems. His work crosses over from architecture, object, scene, and abstract through defined lines which help to segment or link the subjects. Semor uses the idea of labyrinth to confluence different shapes which distort space and time. All those imaginary pictures serve as a pretext for different interpretation.
About Ador and Semor's collaborations:
ADOR and SEMOR like telling stories with a vocabulary of their own making. Taken directly from their expanding context, extracts are oriented and their selection is precise. Whether one uses one’s own language or attempts to make elementary communication, their weekly meetings are the occasion to link and compare elements: indeed no one is spared. Ador and Semor's logic demands to be projected and is an invitation to tell stories in this, an era rich in exceptional phenomena.
Ador and Semor visited Chicago in May 2015. They completed 2 street murals and held a pop-up show at the gallery.