Leena Raudvee

Leena Raudvee is a Toronto based visual and performance artist. Recently she has been focusing on precariousness and uncertainty through the lens of disability in both performance and drawing.
In her performance practice she performed Teetering on an Edge for Pillory at TMAC in Toronto in 2019 and her performance-based video, making space for the fumble, the fall: drawing a line, was screened in the Photophobia: Contemporary Moving Image Festival presented by Hamilton Artists Inc. and Hamilton Art Gallery in 2020. Her performance, Precarious Gestures, as video, was curated by Critical Design Lab for exhibition in #CripRitual at the Doris McCarthy Gallery in 2022.
Leena Raudvee’s drawings and photos have been exhibited in numerous juried shows including Drawing 2021 at the John B. Aird Gallery and Drawing Unlimited at the Propeller Gallery in Toronto. In 2021 her work was exhibited in Unpacking Pandemic Pondering, an online exhibition at OCADU and Gallery 1313 and was curated into the Rendezvous with Madness Festival presented by Workman Arts in Toronto.
As Co-Artistic Director of ARTIFACTS she has performed and exhibited collaboratively with Pam Patterson for over 30 years.
Leena Raudvee is Associate Director of WIAprojects, a multi-faceted feminist, arts-informed, research, mentoring and presentation program.