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Zoe Scoglio is an artist working at the intersection of video, sound, performance, installation and participatory engagement. Graduating with a Bachelor of Media Arts (Hons) at RMIT University in 2008, Zoe has since worked nationally and internationally on solo and collaborative projects, and as a video designer and videographer for dance, music, theatre and opera. Zoe self devised work explores the relationship between the human and geological worlds in this era of the Anthropocene.
Zoe’s Green Room award winning performance installation Shifting Ground (Arts House 2012) has toured to Tramway-Glasgow and Apiary Studios-London (2014), to Operadagen Rotterdam (2016) and was a winner of Music Theatre Now (2016). Zoe’s recent productions MASS, made for Calder Park Raceway (Field Theory - Site is Set), received a 2015 Greenroom Award for innovation in site-specific work.
Projects have been developed through residencies in Turkey and Iceland (2013) and presented through Next Wave Festival, Melbourne Festival, West Space, Dance House, Lucy Guerin Inc, Blindside Gallery, Channels Festival, Gertrude Projection Festival, Anna Pappas Gallery, School House Studios, TINA Festival, CAST Gallery, Liquid Architecture and General Public Gallery (GR).
Video designs and commissions include, Inhabited Geometries (James Batchelor Kier Choreographic Award 2016) AfterGlow (Arts House 2015), Threads (Metanoia Theatre 2015) Der Freischutz (Melbourne Opera 2015), Pigeon (MTC CONNECT 2015), Into The Shadows (La Mama 2014), The 24 Hour Project (Festival of Live Art 2014), Werther (Lyric Opera 2014), Yet to Ascertain the Nature of the Crime (Melbourne Workers Theatre 2011, Here (The Women’s Circus 2009) and dance films for Tracks Dance Company. Mixing analogue techniques and stagecraft with new technologies, Zoe’s video designs often explore the sculptural and integrated possibilities of video within a live performative context.