Monthly Archives: July 2017

Chris Reilly’s “Body Clock” at CAVE Gallery @ Hyperallergic

DETROIT — Like most Millennials, digital artist Chris Reilly almost compulsively consults a device that never leaves his side. So accustomed are we to the omnipresence of smartphones, though, that it might take a discerning eye to notice Reilly isn’t checking one. He’s looking at a digital meter that keeps […]

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Interview with Billy Bragg @ Detroit Metro Times

U.K. musician Billy Bragg is widely known for his long career in music and activism, which includes a blend of grassroots forms, such as punk rock, folk music, protest music, and heritage traditions. In addition to a recent tour with Joe Henry in support of their collaborative album, Shine a […]

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“Constructs of Romantic Discord” Preview @ Detroit Free Press

At a shockingly early age, females are taught to think of themselves as presentational objects. This includes dressing up, wearing makeup, smiling and modifying their behavior to meet the emotional needs of other people. With so much expectation and commentary directed toward young girls and young women, it can be a […]

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