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Considering Permanence | Tell Me Where to Go

@ 1301 Broadway, 1301 Broadway, Detroit, MI 48226
Considering Permenance | Tell Me Where To Go opens Friday March 6th and runs through March 12th. The forthcoming show from Cranbrook Academy of Art students Antonia Stoyanovich, Ish Ishmael, Laura D. Gibson, and Sarah Thomas showcases work that examine themes around space, control and the Anthropocene. Weaving still images, video, sound, and sculpture, they shift the paradigms of how we interact with the medium of photography. The opening will be held at the gallery Friday March 6th between 6:00-9:00PM.

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