Brian Lobel

Brian Lobel - credit Christa Holka

Brian Lobel is a performer, teacher and curator who is interested in creating work about bodies and how they are watched, policed, poked, prodded and loved by others.  The New York-born, London-based performer has shown work internationally in a range of contexts, from medical schools to galleries, cabarets to museums, marketplaces to forests, blending provocative humour with insightful reflection.

Major projects include: BALL & Other Funny Stories About Cancer, PurgeHold My Hand and We’re Halfway There, Ruachand Cruising for Art which have been presented in over 25 countries. Brian has received commissions and grants from the Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England, among others.

Brian is a Senior Lecturer in Theatre at the University of Chichester, a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement Fellow, a Core Artist for Forest Fringe, and an Associate Artist for Performing Medicine.