Zoe Mars is an interdisciplinary artist who adores the outdated, the forgotten and the failed. She uses a mish-mash of drawing, performance, video and audio to create loving homages to classic sci-fi, technology and design, exploring themes of obsolescence and disappointment. Past projects include performance as the Ghost of Computers Past (Goodbye, CSIRAC, 2012), a comic book about time travel (Tick Tock, 2015), and an audio tour of an abandoned space museum (Astrojet, 2014), described by Regional Arts Victoria's Inspiring Arts blog as a "seductive" and "wonderful site derive." Her short video Space Ice Cream was selected and beamed into space as part of APHIDS' Forever Now project, a 21st-century response to the Voyager gold records.
Zoe lives in Melbourne, on the land of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. She can be contacted at hello (at) zoemars.com .