DUAL VISION

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.

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DUAL VISION

FEBRUARY 5 – AUGUST 8, 2021


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. This exhibition underscores the nature in which contemporary artists communicate visually as a means of crafting a collective message. Dual Vision exhibits a robust intersection of disciplines and practices—from painting and sculpture to sound, fiber, and lens-based media—with contributions by artists at varying stages of their careers.


ROBERT SESTOK + KURT NOVAK
JAMES CHATELAIN + STEVE FOUST
AMELIA CURRIER + JOHN EGNER
KATHRYN BRACKETT LUCHS + MICHAEL LUCHS
JOYCE BRIENZA + DEBORAH SUKENIC
SIMONE DESOUSA + TIM VAN LAAR
JULIA CALLIS + JOSH KOCHIS
NANCY MITCHNICK + JOHN CORBIN
CARLO VITALE + ED FRAGA
NICOLE MACDONALD + CARL WILSON
BETTY BROWNLEE + CRISTIN RICHARD
GISELA MCDANIEL + MARTHA MYSKO
TONY RAVE + TYLONN SAWYER
NOUR BALLOUT + CYRAH DARDAS
RASHAUN RUCKER + MARIO MOORE
BREE GANT + CHERISE MORRIS
TYANNA BUIE + CHELSEA A. FLOWERS
SABRINA NELSON + LEVON KAFAFIAN
STERLING TOLES + NATE MULLEN
ADAM LEE MILLER + NICOLA KUPERUS


Dual Vision is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit and curated by Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator Jova Lynne, with curatorial support from MOCAD Curatorial Fellow Maceo Keeling, and advised by participating artists Kathryn Brackett Luchs, Ed Fraga, and Robert Sestok.

Funding for Dual Vision is provided in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional support from Midtown Detroit, Inc. MOCAD’s curatorial fellowship program and related exhibitions and programs are supported by the Ford Foundation.


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