Zoe Kirk-Gushowaty is an artist working experimentally with moving image and sound. Her work explores the perimeters of inner and outer landscapes within film and time based media. Zoe is interested in the tactile processes of analog filmmaking and much of her work incorporates 16mm and 8mm formats. Her work has been shown in the form of multi channel screenings, installations and performances in festivals, galleries and museums internationally. She is a founding member of the Iris Film Collective in Vancouver.
I am an experimental filmmaker based in Vancouver, B.C. I have made a number of short films focusing on the existential connections between inner hidden worlds and physical environments. These works often explore the role image making technologies play in defining, changing and shaping our experience. I am currently working on an immersive installation about one of the world’s rarest ecosystems, the oak meadows of southwestern BC, and the deep interconnections between plants, animals, and people.