DUAL VISION ARTIST ROUNDTABLE
WITH THE CURATORS
SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 2021, 2PM EST
THIS PROGRAM TAKES PLACE ON ZOOM
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The exhibition Dual Vision presents an array of works that were created by artists in concert with one another. As the exhibition presents collaborative works, it was also curated in the spirit of partnership. Join MOCAD curatorial team members Jova Lynne, Maceo Keeling, and Zeb Smith for a conversation with the Dual Vision advisory committee members, the artists Kathryn Luchs, Bob Sestok and Ed Fraga. Together, they will discuss how Dual Vision came together and explore the contemporary nature in which artist relationships define the local artistic landscape.
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Tune in to this public program on Zoom to engage with the panelists and submit questions to the Q+A discussion.
FEB 5 – AUG 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.