ArtsLink Projects

1999 Participants

United States
Boston
Massachusetts
Visual

The Mobius Artists Group is an interdisciplinary group of artists, founded in 1977 by Marilyn Arsem in Boston, Massachusetts as Mobius Theater. It is known for incorporating a wide range of visual, performing and media arts into live performance, video, installation and intermedia works. The members of the group create projects individually and in collaboration with members of the group and other artists.

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United States
New York
New York
Media

Ericka Beckman is an artist and filmmaker, living and working in New York and Boston.  She is known for her experimental films and film installations that use performance, sound and animation to deal with capitalism, game structures, architecture and feminism.

Her work is in the collections of The Whitney Museum of American Art; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Museum of Modern Art; The Walker Art Center; The Broad Museum; The High Museum; The Zabludowicz Collection; Le Centre de Georges Pompidou; The British Film Institute; MAMCO, Geneva Switzerland; Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Finland; The Collection of Peter and Jill Kraus; the Stiftung Kunsthalle Bern and Anthology Film Archives.

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United States
Mamaroneck
New York
Music
United States
Ashfield
Massachusetts
Theater

Double Edge Theatre, an artist-run organization, was founded in 1982 by Stacy Klein. The company applies vigorous physical training and the principle of an artist’s autonomy to create work in an ensemble setting intimately woven with the community. Double Edge’s name in part comes from the double-edged axe known as the labrys, which was used in Bacchic sacrifices in ancient Greek cult-worship. Double Edge’s first production, Rites, was based on Euripides’s The Bacchae.

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United States
Brooklyn
New York
Visual
United States
Chicago
Illinois
Visual
United States
Los Angeles
California
Literature