I work in collage, installation and painting. I like to work in a range of mediums to keep things interesting.
The latest work is a group of paintings of B movie actresses with a 1970’s aesthetic. The figures are explicit silkscreens and transfers from collected pulp movies, magazines and fashion magazines. They are set in scenic sets stripped down to color and patterns. Older work and installations focus on the scenic sets themselves. These are portraits focusing on ancient states of psychology outlined and inspired by readings of post-Jungian thinkers Julia Kristeva (“The Power of Horror”) and Laura Mulvey’s cinema essays (Mask and Curiosity.)
Schiele has lived and worked in both the Untied States and in Germany. She received a BFA from Indiana University and MFA from American University and studied at the Hochschule der Kunste in Berlin. Exhibitions include a solo show at Sloan Fine Art in New York City, the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, a solo show at Curators Without Borders Gallery in Berlin, Germany, Hudson D. Walker Gallery in Provincetown, Massachusetts, group shows in Cheim and Read, Caren Golden in New York City, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) in Oregon, and the Corcoran Museum of Art in Washington D.C, among others. She has participated in the Bronx Museum’s Artist in the Marketplace program, completed a residency at the Provincetown Work Center, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Lower East Side Printshop and Ucross.