Best place to get in touch with your inner Yoko
Founded in 1983, Boston's Mobius is the place to see "Experimental Work in All Media" (what this
generally adds up to is an interpretive dance by 13 nude bricklayers, against the backdrop of a Lexus
hanging from a tree made of TV dinners, performed to a soundtrack of traditional Tibetan dirges sung by
a homeless woman named Richard). The Mobius people, never afraid to throw around terms like
"anarchist-feminist ectopia," represent the cream of Boston's avant-garde art scene. They are by turns
provocative, daring, politically astute, and absolutely bonkers. And that's why we love them. The gallery
recently hosted a "feminist dance theater ensemble" performing a "choreographed melodrama on the subjects
of love, work, and war, featuring apathetic cowgirls and their superheroine counterparts." Where else in
Boston can you get that?
Mobius, 354 Congress Street, Boston, (617) 542-7416.