ABOUT

Marla Celeste (1994, Melbourne)

Currently based in Barranco, Lima, Perú, Marla Celeste is a digital visual artist.

An Applied Linguistics graduate from Monash University, in recent years she has lived and worked in Australia, the United States, China, Bolivia and Perú. 

Contact: hello@marlaceleste.com
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FEATURES/INTERVIEW
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"A master of linguistics, decoding the emotional narrative with digital technology" - June 20, 2017

AWARDS
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Brunswick Street Gallery - CLICK 17 Photography Prize - Selected Finalist - 2017
Museo Qorikancha - Convento de Santo Domingo - PREDICARTE 2017 Concurso de Arte Contemporáneo - Selected Finalist - 2017
Rosie Respect Award Photography Runner Up - 2015
Rosie Respect Award Video Runner Up - 2015


PUBLICATIONS
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Bolivian Express Magazine - Issue 68 Cover/pp 18&19, December 2016
Sucre Zine, Published as part of the Abbotsford Convent's Open Spaces, November 2016
Kaltblut Magazine – “letters for my loved ones from the middle kingdom”, June 6th 2016
Alien She Zine – Issue Three Cover, June 1st 2016
Alien She Zine - Issue Two Cover, February 15th 2016
Alien She Zine - Issue One Cover & Published works, October 2015
Catalyst Magazine – “Sexpectations”, May 2015
Catalyst Magazine – “Decayed” April 2015
New Musical Express (NME) Magazine – “50 More New Albums You Need to Hear This Year”, January 2015
Spook Magazine – “Week in Submission: Marla Celeste”, May 2014


SHOWINGS
 

Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, Australia - "CLICK 17", group show, September 2017
Museo Qorikancha, Cusco, Perú, - "PREDICARTE 2017", group show, August 2017
Teatro Paraninfo, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia - "Técnicas mixtas", group show October 2016
Galería Arte 21 Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia - "Cartas para mis amados desde el Reino Medio", solo show October 2016

 

COMMISSION

Fresh Selects - Tight Songs with Fresh Selects #112 album artwork, July 2016
Fresh Selects – Tight Songs with Fresh Selects #105 album artwork, June 2016
Jagjaguwar – Unknown Mortal Orchestra “Multi-Love” album cover, May 2015