Zoé Schreiber (b.1994 in Brussels, Belgium) is a Belgian-Canadian visual artist and writer.
She works across a variety of mediums, relating personal histories to wider narratives and
probing the dynamics of memory and its transmission. Recent exhibitions include
a group show at the CCA: (Centre For Contemporary Art) Glasgow, UK (supported by Glasgow International 2018)
and a solo exhibition at the Centrale for Contemporary Art (Centrale.Lab) in Brussels, Belgium (2017).
She writes a bilingual (English/French) contemporary art blog called "Zigzags Blog: Rediscovering Brussels
Through It’s Cultural Offerings", where she reviews the various exhibitions she visits in Brussels and beyond.
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). She obtained her Master in Photography and the Moving Image from
the Glasgow School of Art, UK (2016).