Cooper Holoweski (BFA ‘04), an accomplished artist and alumni of the Penny Stamps School of Art & Design, is set to publish his groundbreaking artist book, “Nothing Everything Nothing.” Holoweski’s work explores the relationship between spirituality and materialism.
To celebrate the book launch, the artist will lead a guided meditation with live sound accompaniment at Wasserman Projects in Detroit on October 12.
“Nothing Everything Nothing” traces the evolution of human consciousness from before the Big Bang until the eventual collapse of the universe. With a laser-engraved acrylic cover and wire‑o binding, it has no beginning and no end. According to Holoweski, the project is “as much a sculpture as a traditional book.”
“Nothing Everything Nothing” is available via the provided link. Purchasers can select whether they want to pick up their copy at the book launch event or have it shipped to their address. Every book purchase includes complimentary admission to the guided meditation led by the artist.
Book Launch and Guided Meditation Details:
Thursday, Oct. 12th
3434 Russell Street #502, 48207, Detroit
Guided meditation with live sound accompaniment will take place from 6 – 7 p.m. This event is $10 or free with the purchase of a book.
The book launch party will be held from 7 – 8 p.m. and is free for all.
Don’t miss the chance to explore Cooper Holoweski’s innovative artistic vision and delve into the profound questions of existence and spirituality presented in “Nothing Everything Nothing.”
To learn more about Cooper Holoweski, visit his portfolio at http://www.thisisprogress.net/.