Inspired by her own experience and the Bad Girls of the 90's, My No No Square was created. Zoe's current process is to create physical works that address her inner feelings. Simply, she is manifesting physical forms for her inner frustrations with being a female and being a female artist. Though she is a female making art, she does not view her work as feminist work. However, rather than rejecting the idea of being labeled a feminist artist Zoe decided to add it into her process when working thus creating My No No Square.Zoe draws a lot of her inspiration from artists such as Tracey Emin who creates work in direct response to life experiences. Several of Zoe's pieces revolve around the same imagery and forms that resemble female likeness which is something she is going to continue.
Zoe also uses My No No Square to address the ideas and vulgarity that surrounds feminist art. Like most feminist art, My No No Square is meant to be both vulgar and beautiful. Zoe is interested in the female experience and the lack of representation of female artists within the art world; minus feminist artists like the Bad Girls who set the tone for female artists today. In a way My No No Square is a reclaiming of the female form, by a female, in an industry dominated by white males. "I am not a feminist artist but since I'm here..." -Zoe Antona