Detroit Industrial Projects presents Centrifugal Force
An art installation by
Katie HintonEmily Lyman
Curated by Madeline Stillwell
Exhibition – May 24 - June 21, 2008
Opening Reception – May 24th, 6-9pm
The artists deal with basic principles of physics: tension, suspension, cantilever, and centrifugal force. By incorporating physics in their creative processes, they will confront the viewers with conceptual or metaphorical associations regarding existing elemental forces. Scientist, Cosmologist, Artist, and Magician will blend together in this show, providing viewers the opportunity to draw connections between their own so-called "knowns" and "unknowns."
Russell Industrial Complex
1610 Clay Avenue
Detroit, MI 48211
Hours: Saturday, 1-5pm or by appointment
The mission of painter and founder Jeanette Strezinski's Detroit Industrial Projects is to "provide artists with an environment where they can showcase their art in an uninhibited setting free of conventional constraints."