Lian Bell

Prague Quadrennial 2015

by Lian on October 21, 2015, no comments

Thanks to Travel and Training support from the Arts Council of Ireland, I was able to attend the Prague Quadrennial earlier this June. PQ is the world’s largest exhibition of design for performance that takes place in Prague every four years. In 2007 Ireland was represented officially for the first time, and as Exhibition Coordinator, […]

Sometimes we break (again)

by Lian on June 18, 2015, no comments

In March this year I got to work with junk ensemble again for the first time since Drinking Dust. Another manky disused space transformed into something a little magical, if I do say so myself. They were reprising Sometimes We Break, a performance they had originally made for the (much cleaner) Tate Britain in 2012. […]

Still in the dream

by Lian on June 16, 2014, no comments

When Veronica Dyas asked me to help her put together an installation/performance this May called Here & Now that would be the cumulative event in a project she had been working on for the last few years, I wondered what I could bring to it. She didn’t need a designer – she knew what she […]