Lilia Di Bella

Lilia Di Bella is a cultural practitioner who focuses on visual communication and graphic design. She has been a part of Archive since 2013, where she leads the graphic design department.

Her research is centred on dance, movement practices, and embodied knowledge. She established the Choreopoethics research program as a platform for experimentation, learning, and rehearsal with other Archive members. She is a professor of art publishing at NABA – New Academy of Fine Arts, Milan.

Her work has been part of numerous events and exhibitions, including Bamako Encounters, Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Savvy Contemporary, and the Venice Biennale.



Lilia Di Bella @ DAI: 

2023-2024 COOP study group ~ Choreopoethics: undisciplined corporeal publishing and choreographic planning