1. ZOÉ SCHREIBER

    Lives and works in Brussels, Belgium

    1994                 Born in Brussels, Belgium

     

    EDUCATION

    2015-2016         Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK

                              Master of Letters Fine Art Practice in Photography and the Moving Image

    2012-2015         Sciences Po Paris, Euro-American Campus, Reims, France

                              Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences

    2014-2015         Wellesley College, Wellesley, USA

                              Exchange Student (Art and Art History Departments)

                              MIT, Cambridge, USA

                              Cross-Registered Student (Art, Culture, Technology Department (ACT))

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    CURRENT 

    2018                  (April 20-May 7) RoadmapsCCA: (Centre For Contemporary Art) Intermedia Gallery, Glasgow, UK
                              Group show supported by Glasgow International


    SOLO EXHIBITION

    2017                  (April 20-June 11) Ata Ndele / Sooner or Later, Centrale.Lab, Centrale For Contemporary Art, Brussels, Belgium

                          

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2018                  (April 20-May 7) Roadmaps, CCA: (Centre For Contemporary Art) Intermedia Gallery, Glasgow, UK
                              Supported by Glasgow International

    2017                  Kitchen Table Collective, Pain Perdu Issue 2 Launch, Leyden Gallery, London, UK

                              Close Up I, Zinnema, Brussels, Belgium

    2016                  Glasgow School of Art Graduate Degree Show 2016, Tontine Building, Glasgow, UK

    2015                  Winckelmans, Pazioli Gallery, Chavannes, Switzerland

                              PNW, Jewett Art Gallery, Wellesley College, Wellesley, USA

    2014                  Inverted Reality: An Experimental Ethnography, The Howard Art Project, Dorchester, USA

                              Arts and Politics Festival, Opéra de Reims, Reims, France

                          

    SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

    2017                 "Le passé colonial belge au prisme des créations littéraires et artistiques contemporaines,
                              2000-2015", panelist, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Brussels, Belgium

    2016                 "Where To Begin?", artist talk, MANY Studios, Glasgow, UK

    2015                 “The Body: Race and Gender in Modern and Contemporary Art”, panelist, Ruhlman Conference,
                              Wellesley College, Wellesley, USA

                    

    WRITING & PUBLICATIONS

    2017                 "Zigzags Blog: Rediscovering Brussels Through It's Cultural Offerings", Contemporary Art Blog, author

                              "Origins", Kitchen Table Collective - Pain Perdu Issue 2

    2016                 "Round Trip", author and illustrator, self-published comic book (acquired by Glasgow School of Art Library)

                              "Ata Ndele / Sooner or Later", author, self-published book (acquired by Glasgow School of Art Library) 

     

    CONFERENCES ORGANIZED

    2015                 Invited Roberta Smith, New York Times senior art critic, to lecture at Wellesley College, USA

                             Responsible for organizing Marc Smith, Founder of the Slam Poetry movement, lecture at Sciences Po Paris, France

     

    AWARDS & RESIDENCIES

    2017                 Selected for a solo exhibition at the Centrale.Lab, Centrale For Contemporary Art, Brussels, Belgium

    2016-2017        MANY Studios Graduate Residency Programme, Glasgow, UK

    2015                 Checkpoint Project, MIT Student Research Workshop on the Production of Art for Public Space, Reykjanes, Iceland

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    PRESS

    'A look ahead to Glasgow International with its artists and curators', Adam Benmakhlouf, The Skinny, March 30 2018
    Radio Campus
    , Interview (in French), 2017