Two New York Times large scale paste ups affixed to a brick wall on the side of a cafe. A woman and a child walk by quickly.

Alexandra Bell, Charlottesville (2017). Digital print on bond paper. Photo by Darryl Richardson.

Alexandra Bell (b. 1983) is an interdisciplinary artist who investigates the complexities of narrative, information consumption, and perception. Utilizing various media, she deconstructs language and imagery to explore the tension between marginal experiences and dominant histories. Through investigative research, she considers the ways media frameworks construct memory and inform discursive practices around race, politics, and culture.