On Exhibition May 22-July 2017
KELSEY BROOKES: Position on view April 27 – June 10, 2017 at Library Street Collective. Opening reception: Thursday, April 27, 6 – 8pm
At the Cave Gallery in Detroit’s Russell Industrial Center, eerie Hillary Clinton masks with their eyes cut out decorated the gallery walls, a clay, baby blue, floral pile of shit delicately perched on top of a cinder block, and a metal sign on the far back wall read “Not Today Patriarchy.”
Incorporating a spectrum of pinks and oranges into their trademark black, red and white palette
Art scribe Marat Paransky explores Susan Goethel Campbell’s 2010 video work, Detroit Weather: 365 Days
Look at all the pretty colors!
Ain’t nothing like a little rump-shaking to get you in the mood for some spring time antics. And speaking of antics….
The Detroit Video History Archive features nearly 170 hours of newly digitized film footage from 350 pieces of media.
A uniquely exotic environment
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The artworks carry the theme of dance through diverse segments of American culture, among them sacred dances of indigenous North Americans and the history of African American dance forms