Zoée Nuage (known as the elf) identifies as a Deaf queer artist & maker, currently residing on the west coast of BC. She is somewhat a jack of trades when it comes to art as she changes mediums every few years. She has done everything from comics to welding to hand-spun yarn to quilting to photography to clay to writing. What has stayed constant since her early childhood years is this urge to express herself via creating. She doesn't stay too attached to a specific medium as she knows things will likely change, like everything often does in life.

To get in touch with Zoée, please email her at zoeenuage@gmail.com.


2014 - Intersections, ORAD Pride, Toronto ON (group)
2013 - Pride in Community Art Show, Queer Arts Festival, Vancouver BC (group)
2013 - Juried Deaf Arts Canada Exhibit, Deaf Culture Centre, Toronto ON (group)
2012 - A Day's Life Book & Concert Gala Opening, Vancouver BC (group)
2010 - 365 Degrees, Community Hall, Hornby Island BC (solo)

2013 - Best of Show in Photography, Toronto's International Deaf Film & Arts Festival, Toronto ON

2012 - A Day's Life, a novel by Tony Wilson

The Viewfinder: An Interview with Zoée Nuage

Using Format