Zoey Hart is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural educator based in Brooklyn, and the current director of the Art and Disability Residency Program at Art Beyond Sight. Driven by the friction between invisible disability and modern medicine, Hart’s multimedia practice re-centers the notion of what constitutes wellbeing in changing social and environmental contexts. Blending new media tools and interdisciplinary technologies with traditional image-making, performance and social practice, Hart’s work aims to provide accessible opportunities for reframing what it means to be well within the spaces we hold and inhabit.
Hart received her MA in interdisciplinary studies from NYU Gallatin (2015). In 2021 Hart worked with Culture Push as a resident artist with Works on Water’s Tending The Edge. She has been granted awards and studio fellowships from The Studios at Mass MoCA– Assets for Artists (2017) and NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (2021). Hart has exhibited with The 8th Floor Gallery, The Old Stone House of Brooklyn, and Flux Factory in NYC, and as an international artist in residence at Soulangh Cultural Park, Taiwan as well as with art centers in Finland, Iceland, and The UK. Her work has been published in Hyperallergic, and her writing contributed to creative and scholarly projects across the Disability Arts community. She has designed and led programs, workshops and residencies with The Museum of Art and Design, Civic Art Lab, More Art and various international arts residencies to create accessible engagement workshops and collaborations on art, accessibility, mindfulness and wellbeing.
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