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In the Museum for 100 Days, a Performance Artist Pushes Us to Reflect on Time by Heather Kapplow on February 12, 2016 Hyperallergic

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Here is the link to the article written by Heather Kapplow in Hyperallergic on Marilyn Arsem and 100 Ways to Consider Time.

http://hyperallergic.com/274894/in-the-museum-for-100-days-a-performance-artist-pushes-us-to-reflect-on-time/

Marilyn Arsem  is the recipient of its 2015 Maud Morgan Prize. The Museum of Fine Arts' Maud Morgan Prize honors a Massachusetts woman artist who has demonstrated creativity and vision, making significant contributions to the contemporary arts landscape.  

Arsem has been performing at the Museum since November 09, 2015 and will conclude on February 19, 2016

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100 Ways to Consider Time: Days 1–50 BY CHELSEA COON ON FEBRUARY 8, 2016, Big Red & Shiny

Here is the link to the article written by Chelsea Coon in Big Red & Shiny on Marilyn Arsem and 100 Ways to Consider Time.

http://bigredandshiny.org/22939/100-ways-to-consider-time-days-1-50/ 

Marilyn Arsem  is the recipient of its 2015 Maud Morgan Prize. The Museum of Fine Arts' Maud Morgan Prize honors a Massachusetts woman artist who has demonstrated creativity and vision, making significant contributions to the contemporary arts landscape.  

Arsem has been performing at the Museum since November 09, 2015 and will conclude on February 19, 2016

 

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Forecast Public Art Public Art Review

 

Last summer, Mobuis Artists Group members Marilyn Arsem, Daniel S. DeLuca, Tom Plsek and Joanne Rice participated in Time Body Space Objects 4, on Spectacle Island Boston, Ma. The performance series was curated by Alice Vogler and Vela Phelan.

This piece was recently posted on the Public Art Review.

http://forecastpublicart.org/public-art-review/on-location/2015/12/bostons-isles-arts-initiative/

Photo credit: "SEVEN DISAPPEARANCES" by Marilyn Arsem, Time Body Space Objects 4. The artist performed seven demonstrations of the transformation of materials for "Seen/Unseen" on Spectacle Island. Photo by Nabeela Vega.