Bibi is a transdisciplinary artist, educator and researcher; her work circulates internationally since 1995. Currently she is a Lecturer at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in the Interdisciplinary Studies and the Environmental Justice Programs. She is also a PhD candidate in the Urban Education Program at The Graduate Center CUNY. Her research focuses on land-based pedagogies and eco-centric ethics, aesthetics, affect, and speculative realisms with an interest in how to undo the modern subject.
She holds an MPhil in Urban Education with a concentration in climate action, an MA in Sustainability Sciences and Education (The Graduate Center) and an MFA in Social Practice (Queens College), as well as certificates in Ecological and Social Regenerative Design (Omega Institute, NY), Forest Bathing (ANFT, CA) and Leave no Trace (Wesleyan University-NOLS).
Bibi collaborates regularly with the Coastal Reading Group exploring eco-centric ethics, land uses and decolonial frameworks; with Holes in the Wall Collective; and co- writing. She co-curated Notations, the Cage Effect Today at Hunter College Galleries, NY. She has performed at PS1 MoMA and MinusSpace, NY; her films were featured at Flaherty Film Seminar, among other venues. She lives and works between Brooklyn, NY and Buenos Aires, Argentina.