Zoë Joyall

Zoë Joyall

Biography: 

Zoë Joyall is a queer alnôbaskwa (abenaki woman) currently living and working on unceded Lkwungen territories. Zoë works with many mediums that include painting, beading, textiles, video and installation. Her work deals with the entanglement of white and Indigenous identity by invoking a decolonial framework to understand the impacts of intergenerational trauma, systemic racism and assimilation. She is currently attending the University of Victoria in the BFA Visual Arts program.