Artist, Musician, Writer, Educator
Lorelei d’Andriole (she/her/hers) is an artist, educator and writer whose work is at the intersections of intermedia and transgender studies. Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, d’Andriole toured across the country in punk bands and played hundreds of shows in venues ranging from house shows to amphitheaters. d’Andriole earned her BFA in New Media from the University of Central Oklahoma (Magna Cum Laude) in 2018 and immediately went on to earn her MA and MFA with honors from the University of Iowa’s Intermedia program. She has shown work nationally at universities, galleries, festivals and DIY spaces including sUgAR Gallery (Arkansas), University of Nevada – Las Vegas, and Public Space One’s Open Air Media Festival (Iowa). As a production director for KRUI 89.7 FM, d’Andriole hosted an experimental radio art program where she did weekly broadcasts for three years. d’Andriole recently completed a visual arts fellowship at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Art in New York City, NY and currently works as an Assistant Professor in Electronic Art and Intermedia at Michigan State University. d’Andriole has been an active musician in the US punk scene since childhood and is currently playing in the Michigan bands Pet Me and Danger Cat. d’Andriole is also is part of the artist duos HOLO (with artist Kelly Clare) and Wetware Instruments (with artist Abhishek Narula). d’Andriole is currently serving as a committee member for the International Alliance for Women in Music where she advocates for queer and trans* composers and musicians. She has completed artist residencies at Public Space One in Iowa City IA, A.P.E. in East Hampton MA, Wave Farm in Acra NY, and the Insitute for Electronic Art at Alfred University in Alfred NY.