Leah Sandler

Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Arts

Observing the decline of the Capitalocene from the sand pine scrub and urban sprawl of Central Florida, I construct para-fictional worlds. Performing as the Archivist of the para-fictional Center For Post-Capitalist History, I create a context for these worlds through experimental videos, modular and scalable installations, web-based games, and text pieces, many of which employ satire as a tactical strategy. These interventions leverage the aesthetics of corporate capitalism as well as populist political movements to spark conversations about the inconsistencies of the ideologies that subtend our current conditions of precarity.

  • MFA Studio Art, University of the Arts, Philadelphia PA, 2017
  • BA Studio Art, Rollins College, Winter Park FL, 2014


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Leah Sandler (born 1992) is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and educator based in Orlando, Florida. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Rollins College in 2014 and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of the Arts in 2017. Recent exhibitions include the Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition, the 2020 Florida Biennial, Interstice at MOTOR (curated by the Residency Project) in Los Angeles, CA, Utopian/Vermilion, a solo exhibition at ParkHaus15 in Orlando, FL, and CPCH Staging Area, a solo exhibition at Laundromat Art Space in Miami. Sandler's writing and projects have been featured in publications including Textur Magazine, Salat Magazin, SPECS Journal, and Mapping Meaning Journal. She is the author of The Center For Post-Capitalist History Field Guide to Embodied Archiving, published by Burrow Press and released in September 2021.

More About Leah Sandler

Areas of Expertise

  • Interdisciplinary arts

Course Sampling

  • Digital Video 
  • Digital Photography

  • The Center For Post Capitalist History Field Guide to Embodied Archiving. Burrow Press, 2021.
  • The Body Bureaucratic Manifesto. Textur Magazine, Issue 4, 2021.
  • The Center For Post-Capitalist History: Life After the Anthropocene. Mapping Meaning Journal, Issue 4, 2020.