Zoe has been in receipt of two DASH funded artistic commissions. The first, an accessible digital installation ‘Sound Canvas’ at The Public art gallery, the second was part of Ffotogallery’s ‘Diffusion’ photography festival. Zoe extended her artistic practice and shared her knowledge of accessible good practice - within both the partner organisations and individual artists. Zoe’s commitment to these projects was exemplary and ‘Sound Canvas’ was awarded a Jodi Commendation for innovation. DASH Arts, 2019
Art and Installations:
Media and Design Degree BA (Hons) Univeristy of Portsmouth
Art, Design and Architecture PgDip University of Central England
Arts Equality Trainer
Heritage and museums Consultant
Director of Architecture Inside Out-based virtually working with cultural institutions such as Tate Modern and disabled people as artists and audiences, and as architects and curators.
Zoe is a practising artist who uses her sight loss to inform her practice.
'Turning it on its head' Tu Fewn Cardiff Ffotography Festival winner 2015.
'Sound Canvas' JODI Award winner 2013.
'First Impressions' was installed as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad and developed to he highlight the journeys of disabled people through urban space and challenge the lack of access in our environment and society of disabled people.
'Re-create Tate' changing places space temporary installation in the Turbine Hall 'Joy of the Space' project.
'Here and Now' Winner of Artplus Art in Public Places Award 2008 £60,000. Zoe produced and masterminded the framework to enable disabled artists to be commissioned to be part of 'Here and Now' and create Squarinthecircle? artist Tony Heaton, as one part of the commission alongside the dance workshops with Sign Dance Collective and visual artist Jon Adams.