Biba Bell: Cities of the Interior


Biba Bell’s Cities of the Interior is the second of three dances whose inquiry focuses the “where” of artistic labor as a kind of memory work and excavates the unfixed architectures in which this labor takes up residence. It is about how bodies fits into temporal structures that act like live dermal archives of family, past, and conceptions of home. It is about how these structures become a place to commune and share as dwelling in the gaps of openings between the known and the unknown of the past.