Zoé Kiner-Wolff was born in 1995 in Paris. She/He is currently graduate of the Haute École des Arts du Rhin in Art Objet et Bijou.
Molded with the face of the artist, Zoé Kiner-Wolff offers through her masks a place of cohabitation between the shape of the body and the plants. The limits between humans and the nature are redrawing by his mixture of substances (moss, jewelry, scales or feathers) to create a hybrid animal, "humanimal" in his/her works. Carnivorous plants are favored in the compositions. In this Zoé Kiner-Wolff’s “second skin”, the plants find a refuge there. That is why the title of the work is Mon corps en creux que d’autres habitent(My hollow body that others inhabit).