Bella is a London-born interdisciplinary artist working across moving images, writing, and sound. Her artistic focus primarily involves centering the sensory inner landscapes, rituals, and micro-worlds of diverse communities by blending elements of fiction with poetic imagery. 
She is interested in exploring the politics of difference concerning tensions and frictions between place-making and power in society, particularly concerning the collective shared experiences of peripheral groups in cities through a Black European feminist lens. As an ex-yoga teacher, her work is underpinned by the ethics of radical care and the pillars of sound, silence, and spirituality.  
Bella has an MFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design, The New School, New York, on a Fulbright All Disciplines Award. She is a current member of the British Art Network Emerging Curators group researching French and British experimental film and moving images related to embodied narratives around the Black diaspora inhabiting the peripheries of cities.











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