Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography

Posted August 5, 2010

Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography: is an evening of off-site works-in-progress by two artist teams:

Reflections

Reflections is a sound and video installation by Maggie Nowinski and Burns Maxey. The project maps the city of Easthampton, MA, through a series of constructed conversations between selected community members created from interviews taken by the artists. The work also tracks the interviewees daily lives through photographs, and includes correspondence between the two artists via postcards. The Mobius exhibit is a preliminary showing of Reflections. A complete site-specific exhibition will be held in the Fall of 2010 in Easthampton, MA, and will also incorporate photographs, objects, and text. The final exhibition is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Fri Aug 13, 2010Sat Aug 14, 2010

8pm both evenings. $10/$8 FOM

@ Mobius
725 Harrison Avenue, Suite One
Boston MA 02118

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