Six members of the Stamps School community are featured in Dual Vision, an exhibition on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) through August 8, 2021, including: Kathryn Brackett Luchs (BFA ’87, MFA ’89); Stamps instructor Joyce Brienza; Julia F. Callis (BFA ’16); Joshua A. Kochis (BFA ’15); Gisela V. McDaniel (BFA ’19); and Nathaniel S. Mullen (BFA ’08).
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.