Zoé Aubry

Zoé Aubry is a graduate from ECAL/University of Art and Design of Lausanne in the Visual Communication department, majoring in Photography. She worked in the Parisian publishing house RVBBOOKS as artistic director, photographer and graphic designer and is now studying for a master’s degree in contemporary artistic practices at the HEAD/ Geneva School of Art and Design.
Her works have been exhibited in Amsterdam, Paris, Dusseldorf, Milano, Rio de Janeiro, Munich, Barcelona, Basel, Zürich, Geneva, Lausanne and Fribourg.
In 2018 Aubry was awarded the Swiss Federal Design Award and Prix des meilleurs travaux de la photographie Suisse. She is the co-founder, artist and author of the monthly magazine Kilomètres, a research publication linking curatorial, theoretical and visual approaches. Aubry is also co-organizer and co-curator of the festival and ACT performative platform and of the Plein Air movies Festival in Geneva.