Phoebe Bachman

Phoebe Bachman is Philadelphia-based artist, facilitator, and project manager who works to amplify and connect on-going acts of resistance in economic, gender, and racial justice. Their practice takes the form of relationship building, community-based research, collage, performance, and mapping. Bachman has collaborated on projects such as Philadelphia Assembled with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Moon in Venus with Rule of Threes and Venus Charity in Liverpool, and her work has been included in Hales Gallery, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, New Boone, and Temple Contemporary. Bachman continues to work as a facilitator for organizations such as BAK – basis voor actuele kunst, Tyler School of Art – Temple University, Goldsmiths – University of London, Mural Arts Philadelphia, and Philadelphia Museum of Art. She holds a Masters Degree from the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London, where her research focused on building a supportive infrastructure for household debt abolition. They are a member of Urban Front, a transnational cooperative consultancy, and the Pennsylvania chapter of the Debt Collective. Tweet @phobachman

Last updated: Feb 1, 2021