DAILY RUSH: DISRUPTING HARM, BUILDING POWER
Dual Vision is an expansive, forty-person group exhibition featuring artists living in or otherwise engaged with Detroit. Framed as a series of visual conversations that explore various methodologies for collaboration between practitioners, Dual Vision includes twenty individual projects produced by forty artists working in pairs—each work representing dual creativity as one.
DISRUPTING HARM, BUILDING POWER
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Accompanying the exhibition Radical Remedies at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit Narrative Agency (DNA) takes up residence on Daily Rush, MOCAD’s online platform for experimental media and moving image. This season of Daily Rush—titled Disrupting Harm, Building Power—features two DNA-supported projects: Solidarity: First Your Liberation And Then Mine, by Karen Cardenas and Erik Paul Howard, and Orlando Ford’s documentary short, Take Me Home.
By empowering artists and imagemakers to tell their own stories, DNA asks us to reconsider who owns narratives surrounding Detroit more broadly, and by extension, the power associated with them. Featuring new writing and interviews with the artists published throughout the season, the films in this installment of Daily Rush work to disrupt harmful narratives about Detroit through documentary practices, building power by way of lived experience.