Zoe Alameda (b. 2000) is a multidisciplinary artist sitting and scrolling in Los Angeles.

She received a BFA in Fine Arts from the University of Southern California in 2023.

Combining processes of collage, painting, and sculpture, Alameda expresses a sense of longing for connection and presentness in her work. Abundance. Excess. Her works are filled with fragments of images and text that capture the overwhelming and anxiety-filled moments of everyday life.  She longs for a fleeting moment that remains instead, comfort in a loss that never comes, a distraction from anything other than a distraction. She searches for a real self.


2023       BFA, Fine Arts, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA


2022       Yale Norfolk School of Art, Norfolk, CT


2022       Rest My Head on a Pile of Tacks, gayle and ed roski gallery, Los Angeles, CA


2023       Me and You and Me and, organized by Zoe Alameda, Alex Carmen, Roma Edwards, 

               Ashylnn Smith, and Kayli Temple, SADE Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

               POWER, Transport Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

               Three Point Turn, organized by Zoe Alameda and Alex Carmen, Lonestar Studios, Los Angeles, CA

2022       Five Leaf Clover, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

               SENSES, Mile 44, Los Angeles, CA

               Nü Moon, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2021        Cut My Ankle Open, Just a Little Bit, organized by Zoe Alameda and Alex Carmen, 

                Los Angeles, CA

2020        BXBW, Minecraft


2023        Decoding the Subconscious, Impermanent Gallery, July 10. 


                 Dybeck, Sam, Artist of the Week, LVL3, January 3. 


2021         Fulmer, Alex, Stumbling Towards Dystopia, Roski Mag Issue 13, May 7.


2020         Zoe Alameda’s ‘unradmotions’, Downtown 500, Jan 20.





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