Alexis Schramel (she/her) is a queer multi/inter potentiality artist whose work investigates perception through installation, collage, painting, photo, and poetry. Originally from Guttenberg, Iowa, and based in Minneapolis, MN, she is currently an MFA candidate at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (2023). Alexis holds a BA in both psychology and studio art with high honors from Upper Iowa University. Her practice engages audiences with the limits and wonder of human perception, guiding them into reflective states of mind. In addition to directing public projects and workshops for local youth, she also organized Art of a Lifetime projects for residents of long-term care facilities. She has exhibited her work regionally and internationally at galleries such as Waterloo Center for the Arts, Charles H. MacNider Art Museum, and Tappan Collective in Leeds, UK. She has received multiple awards and scholarships most notably Ingleside Women in Fine Arts Scholarship and Baldwin Memorial Award in Art.