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Zoe Elwood is an interdisciplinary artist from central Utah, utilizing a range of materials including: assemblage, painting, printmaking, drawing, and collage. Their work discusses the ambiguous, fragile, and liminal qualities of memory through material exploration of concepts such as: tipping points, slippage, preservation, loss, and the act(s) of forgetting/remembering. Zoe graduated from Utah Valley University (UVU) with a BFA in Painting + Drawing, and a minor in Art History (2023). Their works have been exhibited in local spaces including Finch Lane Gallery in SLC, UT (2024), Odd Duck Studio in Provo, UT (2024), the fine art galleries at UVU, JKR Gallery in Provo, UT (2022), and Eccles Art Center in Ogden, UT (2023), as well as nationally at Modern Visual Arts Gallery in Bethlehem, PA (2023). 

Zoe has presented their visual art- research at the Utah Conference for Undergraduate Research (UCUR) (2023, 2024), and SECAC (known formerly as the Southeastern College Art Convention) in Richmond, VA (2023).

Of note in their curatorial portfolio was a multidisciplinary exhibition for UVU entitled, Repeating Shapes, Repeating Forms: Rhythm of the Practice. This show, featuring both local and nationally-based artists, focused on diverse creative practices and unseen labor performed in artistic processes.

Zoe is currently working at Odd Duck Studio in Provo, UT, and is a committee member for the Emerging Artist Series, a quarterly exhibition series presented by Odd Duck Studio and the Utah Valley Gallery Guild.

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