Zoë Claire Miller (*1984 in Boston) is an artist / curator / activist who lives and works in Berlin. Her work in sculpture and installation revolves around relationships between animals including humans and plants, as things that live, talk, smell, possess agency. Her thinking around the character of objects and how they reveal their agency is grounded in a strong alliance with feminist theory and the politics of the body.
She is interested in the tactility of things, the reciprocities of gaze and touch, as well as negative space and humor as object-inherent qualia. She is a spokeswoman of the bbk berlin (the professional association of artists), and co-founded the Berlin Art Prize. This year she is also working on AKKU (an initiative for affordable studios in Berlin), a horticultural-sculptural collaboration for the Bergen Assembly in Norway, and The Society for Matriarchal World Domination (self-explanatory).
As of April 2019