Zoe Schweiger is a multi-disciplinary artist born and based in Miami, Florida. She received her BFA in Interdisciplinary Sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore, Maryland in 2022. She primarily makes figurative paintings of her loved ones distorted within a warm and saturated environment, informed by Miami’s current relationship with sea level rise and the climate crisis. Schweiger has exhibited her work in a number of solo and group exhibitions, including Above The Limestone at NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Under Warm Water at Spinello Projects in Miami, Florida. She has also been included in exhibitions in New York and Miami such as The Armory Show with Spinello Projects, In Spiritual Light at Mindy Solomon Gallery, Deconstructing the Sameness, a survey by Ronald Sanchez at Laundromat Art Space, and Narration Within the Materials, curated by Amani Lewis at T&Y Projects with Art Intelligence Global in Tokyo, Japan. Schweiger has received numerous awards and scholarships, including a MICA Competitive Scholarship, MICA Creative Visions Award, and MICA The DaVinci Award and her work is in the permanent collection of The NSU Art Museum, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.