Zoé Thérèse attended St. Martin's School of Art during the 1980s, then worked for Karl Lagerfeld and Hubert de Givenchy. A series of creative pursuits followed, including a degree, then writing on American Film during a term with Anthony d'Offay Gallery. ZOETROPE will be followed by her next work, LEIBLING STARLING.
An Artist's impression of The Human Condition, with a terminal element: intestinal dysfunction and the fashionable label, bipolar affective disorder.
With an accommodating provenance and a repertoire governed by the essential sense of humour, bravado beats The Spite of Life and oppresses the toxic obsession of scanning the ubiquitous mind for landmines or scapegoats.