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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Photo Pool @ Detroit Art Review

The stated objective of Photo Pool: Photography Based Art Beyond Photographs at Public Pool is clear from the title—Curator Noah Elliott Morrison has assembled a collection of artists attempting to use photography as a jumping-off point for artistic exploration that goes beyond the conventional boundaries of the medium. In this […]

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Quoted in Deadline Detroit

Deadline Detroit picked up a healthy chunk of my piece at Hyperallergic about 30 Americans at the DIA. Thanks, DD! Hope it helps to inspire even more people to get out there and take a look at the exhibit in its final week.

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Cranbrook Salon @ Knight Arts Blog

Women throughout history have gathered for the purposes of discussion, education and communication on subjects that range from the intellectual to the highly personal. Cranbrook Art Museum Curator Laura Mott and Assistant Curator Shelley Selim decided to emphasize this tradition as they assembled “The Cranbrook Salon,” the second of three […]

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1/2/2016 – Letting Stuff Go with Mary Fortuna

Artist: Mary Fortuna (image above courtesy of the artist) Location: Detroit Institute of Bagels Breakfast: MF – Coffee, ham/egg/cheese on a sesame bagel (toasted), orange juice SRS – Coffee (black), toasted salt bagel with plain cream cheese It’s 2016, have you had a bagel with Mary Fortuna yet? Well, sorry, […]

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12/27/15 & 12/31/15 – Circuits Activated with Cedric Tai

Artist: Cedric Tai Location: Bottom Line Coffee House/my studio Breakfast: CT – Coffee with cream (?)/soda water SRS – Coffee (black), cherry empanada/coffee This conversation with Cedric played out over two days–first, an hours-long conversation at a coffee shop, followed by a studio visit at my place, where Cedric got […]

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