Zoé Schreiber (b. 1994 in Brussels, Belgium) is a Belgian-Canadian visual artist and writer living and working in Brussels, Belgium. She received her B.A. in Social Sciences from Sciences Po Paris, France (2015), having spent one year as an exchange student at Wellesley College, USA and a semester as a cross-registered student at MIT, USA (2014-2015), and obtained her Master in Photography and the Moving Image from the Glasgow School of Art, UK (2016).
She works across a variety of mediums, including photography, drawing and video, relating personal histories to wider narratives and probing the dynamics of memory (both individual and collective) and its transmission.
In 2017, she won a jury competition for a solo exhibition at the Centrale for Contemporary Art in Brussels, Belgium. She writes a bilingual contemporary art blog, in French and in English, called “Zigzags Blog: Rediscovering Brussels Through It’s Cultural Offerings”, where she reviews the various exhibitions she visits in Brussels and beyond.
Ewan Mitchell, Camara Taylor, Zoé Schreiber
Roadmaps brings together sound and lens-based works by Ewan Mitchell, Zoé Schreiber and Camara Taylor. The exhibition opens a space for reflection on the nexus of personal and collective memory.
Using found images and archival materials as springboards, the artists bring to the fore forgotten stories. They question the legacy of different chapters of history and the impact of contemporary power structures on society and individual lives.
Supported by Glasgow International.
Fri 20 April – Mon 3 June
Mon – Fri, 11am-6pm
Sat – Sun, 12 noon-6pm