Lament for over forty-thousand
A New Normal
Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) Academy Late event, 28 February 2020
Time To Stare Bursary Award 2019
- collaborative work in progress
- This opportunity to participate in the residential Time To Stare Bursary Programme along with Paul Docherty, Angela Hughes and Brian Keeley at The Studio in rural Three Oaks near Hastings was hosted by B&R Productions and supported by Arts Council England. It was an invaluable and productive time for us as a collective for a multi-layered exploration of the lived experience of heart transplantation.
Performance at sunrise on Equinox, a time of balance, at Duncansby Head – the most North-Easterly point on the British mainland. (Feature in Deutschlandfunk)
EGO – ECO
Performance during the construction of Aberdeen’s £350 million harbour development at Nigg Bay.
Vocal performance with deconstructed piano
Robert Gordon University Aberdeen/ Gray’s School of Art, 2019
Vocal Performance with Listening-Looking-Responding device and Cloak of Love and Hope
The Briggait, Glasgow – at the opening of my solo exhibition of THE WIND IN MY SOUL (November 2018)
A CHANCE TO LIVE
Collaborative performance/installation, with Brian Keeley
Nominated for the BLOOM Awards by Warsteiner 2018
(biggest international open-call arts award for emerging artists in Germany)
performance at The Anatomy Rooms Aberdeen, part of Flesh on The Bones Performance / Live Art Event 2018
‘WASPS’ Artist residency award at the Admiral’s House, Isle of Skye (2018) with works later exhibited at the Briggait, Glasgow – supported by the Hope Scott Trust
MOTHER OCEAN – PARTICIPATORY SLOW WALKING PERFORMANCE at Aberdeen Beach (2017)
photographs by Brian Keeley
Article Slow Walking on the Beach: Reflections on a Participatory Walk with Bibo Keeley by Dr. Amy Bryzgel, The University of Aberdeen
BEATS PER MINUTE, GoMA (2017)
FLÖHE IM PELZKRAGEN (THE STRUGGLE) 2017
Collaborative performane (Bibo and Leila) at Generator Projects Dundee at Trans-Fixed performance art event
SINGING IN SPACES (2016)
Reunion of What Has Been Dispersed (2016)
Ruhn in Frieden (2015)
Ruhn in Frieden (2013)
Video by Brian Keeley
This sculpture was inspired by a performance by the Tashi Lhunpo monks which deeply resonated with me. It was exhibited in Perth Museum & Art Gallery in 2013.
In 2015 I had the opportunity to present my work to the same monks and to express my gratitude for their inspiration.
I used this sculpture (2012, paper mâché + mixed media) in a performance/moving image piece entitled ‘Apparition of the Rejected’.
Video and sound-design by Bibo and Brian Keeley.
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