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Work by Stamps Alums, Faculty at MOCAD

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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.

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