Zoë Galle is a Brooklyn-based maker, working to deepen her research as a multi-media maker and advocate for the humanities. She is interested in questioning identity, the uncanny, the dichotomy of public and private and the permeability of the internal and the external. Her work is to remain sensitive to the subtleties of the body as it moves, and to make the invisible or hard to see, visible. She studied Community Studies and Fine Art (printmaking) at UCSC. She is the co creator of the movement collaboration Lîla Artists based in New York City. She has shown work in New York, Seattle, Santa Cruz and San Francisco. Previous works include Like a Lady, Impressions, Vacancy, We are What we Repeatedly Do, and Square Peg Round Hole. She has performed in work by Alessio Silvestrie, Alex Ketley, Angela Mazziotta, Tristan Ching, and Summer Lee Rhatigan.