Camp and Paxahau Unveil Art Installations for Movement Festival


DETROIT — Paxahau and Community Arts Moving Projects reveiled the winning art pieces produced by local artists, to be displayed at Movement Detroit 2014, taking place Memorial Day weekend, May 24-26 inside Hart Plaza. This year’s installation is made possible by Opportunity Detroit – a campaign dedicated to promoting Detroit as a place of innovation, creativity and growth.

For the past five years, the organization has called upon Detroit’s artists to submit their best ideas for exhibition at Movement and then, relocate and display their artwork in key locations in Detroit’s neighborhood, with support from Opportunity Detroit.

Artists are selected based on the quality and character of their proposals, as well as their connection to Detroit, its artistic community, and its neighborhood development.

The 2014 art selections and artists include:

Ernst: King of Cats, by Sean Hagas
Yeah Yoy, Foch, by Louis Cassinelli and Andrew Thompson
Reflection Portal, by John Rizzo and Will Tyrrell
Dystopian Disco: Sonic Crystals, by Bethany Shorb and Kip Ewing
The Good-Time Light-Hearted Lean Peaks, by Patrick Ethen, Ellen Rutt, Alan Sedghi, Eiji Jimbo, Simon Anton, and Rachel Mulder
Amity, by Eddie Bullock

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