Heather Link-Bergman is a Denver-based artist and printmaker who creates intimate prints and mixed media works on paper as well as collages, paintings and photographs. Link-Bergman draws inspiration from the symbolism and energy of everyday objects and places – often delighting in the tenuous difference between the real and the imagined. Much of her work depicts urban environments seeking to document places along with their mythologies. She has exhibited nationally in New York, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco and Los Angeles and holds a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. One of her recent works, The Good Neighbors Lamentation Society, received press in the Denverite and was featured in the "Displacement" episode of the Denver Orbit podcast. She often collaborates with her partner in art and life, Peter Miles Bergman, and is the Director of Intelligence of the Institute of Sociometry, an international art and communications collective that specializes in art intervention, culture jamming and pranks.