Zoe Brooks (born 1988) is a socially engaged artist from Adelaide working across Australia in strong collaboration with religious, spiritual and community groups. Through curatorial, collaborative and participatory approaches to making art, Brooks often immerses herself in her research through a process of embedding. With a practice that is primarily non-medium specific, she is interested in creating conversations around ideals of inter-faith, belonging, redemption and saviour with focus on the extremities of human behaviour and the belief-systems that are beginning to redefine Australia’s multi-faithed national identity.

Brooks has collaborated with St Joseph’s Parish Catholic Church Craft Group exploring her and her sisters own immaculate conception by honouring a commitment of her faith promised prior to conception by her parents to the Catholic Parish, an alcoholics and street preacher art program, exploration into women’s circles empowering the feminine rising in the New Age Goddess Movement and collaboration with JR Faith Creations to explore his close relationship with God and speaking to God through his middle of the night painting sessions.