Zoe Peled is a Vancouver-born photographer and writer. Collaborating with numerous groups and organizations over the past years, she works in production, fundraising, marketing and events coordination. Zoe has been involved with The Cheaper Show for over four years, and has worked with over one hundred and seventy volunteers and staff members. Holding a BFA from ECU (Photography and Critical Studies focus), Zoe was one of four graduates to open and run Plank, an artist-run gallery and studio space on the DTES. She has contributed to the Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, the Antennae Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, and several local arts publications. In addition to freelance writing, photography and curatorial experience, Zoe has contributed to numerous arts events in Vancouver: The Cheaper Show, Have In Mind, and the Trick 17 Stop Motion Film Festival. Zoe sits on the board of SAINTS (Senior Animals In Need Today Society), which contributes to her unremitting project: investigating and descontructing human/animal relationships through visual arts and critical theory.
OCW Magazine celebrated our fifth anniversary with FIVE, a series of five-minute presentations by artists, writers, musicians, performers, and comedians who have contributed to the magazine over the years.
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