Leela Schauble, YInMn Ocean, Plastic Island #2, 2021. Image courtesy of the artist.
(March - July 2022)
Leela Schauble is a Melbourne based artist working with photography and moving image. Her practice primarily meditates on the relationships between environment, human-caused climate change and inorganic materials.
Schauble completed a Master of Fine Arts Research at The Victorian College of Fine Arts in 2017 and Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours at Monash University in 2011. She is a prize-winning photographer who has exhibited in ARI’s, commercial galleries, and festivals. She has also undertaken several Artist in Residence programs, which heavily shapes her practice, including; The Artist Immersion Program with LABVERDE within the Amazon Rainforest and sailing to the Artic Circle.
A selection of exhibitions and festivals include Sediment, Metro Arts, Brisbane. Subsequence | Landscapes, Kotaro Nukaga, Tokyo. Signal, Bus Projects, Melbourne. Taken Spaces, Perth Centre of Photography, Perth. Frames of Seeing, Nite Art, Melbourne. Synthetic Species Motion Study No. 7, White Night, Melbourne. Local Futures: The Culture China Young Overseas Chinese, He Xiangning Art Museum China.
Leela commenced the Artist-In-Residence program in March 2022 and is being mentored by Hayley Millar Baker.