Boston Cyberarts to Premiere Five New Works by Women Artists for “Art on the Marquee”

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Catherine Siller and Mags Harries, SUBMERGE

The Boston Cyberarts—the Boston arts nonprofit at the forefront of promoting and exhibiting cutting-edge works in new and experimental media, has outdone itself once again by presenting a new round of works made by women working in collaboration with other women artists in the Greater Boston area.

The pairings of artists for round 18 of ‘Art on the Marquee” include public art artist Mags Harries and interdisciplinary artist/performer Catherine Siller, sculptor Nathalie Miebach and multi-media artist & filmmaker Allison Maria Rodriguez. Other pairings include painter Emily Eveleth with animation and digital artist Amy Baxter MacDonald, multi-media artist Deb Todd Wheeler with Lina Maria Giraldo, and finally, painter Ambreen Butt with interdisciplinary artist Cindy Sherman Bishop . The works will be on view  June 1 – August 31.

Art on the Marquee,” is considered the largest and most dynamic digital display for public media art in Boston and has been instrumental in encouraging the making of work in new media by local and internationally known artists. Now in its 18th round, Art on the Marquee has shown both emerging and established artists like Catherine Siller, Tamika Reid, Corey Corcoran, Fish McGill and Aldo Tambellini among many others.

The 80-foot-tall multi-screen LED marquee is located outside the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, 415 Summer Street, Boston, MA in South Boston.   An opening reception is scheduled for Wednesday, June 1, 6:30-8:30pm.

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