Dana Bell, what’s in your fridge?The Art Dossier on September 21, 2012 with 0 Comments
Dana Bell, what’s in your fridge?
In this fridge photo, I have included some of the performers of Psychic Effects: A Delicate Balance. They are trapped inside the fridge, shrunk, reminiscent of Lily Tomlin’s great performance in “The Incredible Shrinking Woman” from 1981.
Dana Bell is a video artist, composer and choreographer for stage, theater and film. As the director of the performance troupe Psychic Effects since 2010, her work has been presented at many venues and festivals, including Millennium Film Workshop as part of INDEX Festival, Secret Project Robot, Louis V ESP Gallery, Union Pool and The Schoolhouse. Bell began her career and continues as a painter exhibiting in galleries and museums in New York, Detroit, Los Angeles and Europe and began working with performance as an MFA student at Maine College of Art while studying with Vito Acconci. She writes compositions and makes videos to perform alongside conceptualized choreography.
Bell will be participating in DLECTRICITY, a new contemporary light art festival in Detroit from October 5 -6, 2012. She is also included in an upcoming group show at the Salvador Allende Museum of Contemporary Art in Santiago, Chile entitled “Based on a True Story,” which will open on October 16, 2012.
For more information, please visit: danabell.com