Victoria Eleanor Bradford (b. 1980, Lake Charles, Louisiana) is invested in image-making, public performance, and text-based systems for movement. Through time-intensive projects, her work investigates personal narrative and the psychological gestures embedded in the body. Victoria received a DCASE Theatre and Dance Residency for 2016 and was named a Featured Artist for Chicago Artists Month 2015 with her project Neighborhood Dances which was also presented as an Affiliate Program for the Chicago Architecture Biennial. She was in residence at Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery and was a High Concept Labs Sponsored Artist. Her work has also been produced in conjunction with the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Decordova Sculpture Park & Museum, the MCA Chicago, Open House Chicago, Chicago Artists Coalition, Design Cloud Gallery, LUMEN Video and Performance Festival, and Sullivan Galleries, among others. She received an MFA in Studio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA in Studio Art from the University of Notre Dame.