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The Art of Dead Labor

November 13, 2010

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During September and October, I had a solo show at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. The exhibition, “Big Enough to Win, Big Enough to Lose,” brought together a series of relief prints, screenprinted pennants, offset lithographs, a wall painting, and an audio work. Although the show came down a few weeks ago, Detroit-based critic and 2010 Kresge Fellow Vince Carducci just published an amazing review of the show for Motown Review of Art, a blog he edits.
Check out the full review here!

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