Biba Bell
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Biba Bell

Biba Bell (b. 1976, Sebastopol) lives and works in Detroit and NYC. Bell’s performance work has been shown at Times Square Arts, Visual Arts Center UT Austin, Insel Hombroich Germany, NADA Fair NYC, Detroit Institute of Art, The Garage for Contemporary Culture Moscow, Centre Pompidou Paris, The Kitchen NYC, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, PaceWildenstein Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, Callicoon Fine Arts amongst others.  She spent years dancing all over the place in galleries, theaters, libraries, spas, gardens, garages, and homes as a founding member of MGM Grand (Modern Garage Movement) and currently performs internationally with choreographer Maria Hassabi.  The New York Times noted her “thrilling dancing” as one of the highlights of 2011, writing “it’s invigorating to watch someone who borders on wild.”  Bell writes about para-studio practice and dance’s domestic labor, is defending her dissertation in the department of performance studies at New York University January 2015, and teaches in the Maggie Allesee Department of Theater and Dance at Wayne State University.  Her article “Slow Work: Dance’s temporal effort in the visual sphere” is published in Performance Research Journal’s recent issue “On Time.”

http://www.bibabell.com

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01. Haleem ‘Stringz’ Rasul and Marcus White in Conversation with Biba Bell issue 24: January 2016
02. apartment dancing issue 15: March 2015