Alicia Link is an interdisciplinary artist and educator whose work interrogates, critiques, and satirizes systems that restrict and limit agency and knowledge around our bodies. In her recent work, she highlights the exploitative nature of the medical industrial complex by using the form and concept of collage to recreate the space of a medical waiting room and doctor’s office into a more nuanced interpretation of the whole experience.

She holds a BFA in Painting from Boston University and an MFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin. Link has participated in residencies at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Philadelphia, PA, and Vermont Studio Center, where she was a residency fellowship recipient. She has exhibited at galleries and arts centers across the US, including Space Heater Gallery, Brooklyn; Roy G Biv Gallery, Columbus, OH; the Visual Arts Center in Austin, TX; and AUTOMAT, Philadelphia. She currently teaches at Moore College of Art & Design, Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University and Fleisher Art Memorial. She views the classroom as a radical space for exchanging and investing in ideas while encouraging critical conversations about how art connects to broader political concerns.