“How to Blur A Line” at The Motor City Movie House

“How to Blur A Line” at The Motor City Movie House

Saturday, February 6, 2010 at 7:00pm -12:00am
The Motor City Movie House at The Russell Industrial Center

Dear material visualist,
With the show, “How to Blur A Line”,

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I hope to eradicate previous ideas you may have had about what it means to exist in a world of opposites. We have always been told that there is two of everything, and that one cannot exist without the other, and know that the “other” is often misrepresented, racialized, underrated, or forgotten. What if we lived in a world where everyone and everything was truly equal; a physical balance, if you will. What if we chose to accept what we dislike as completely necessary, and not a burden? What and who would we then have left to blame for our mistakes, differences, and fears?

What, ultimately, will break us free from generalizations, assumptions, and formalities so that we can get to the heart, core, or soul of an idea, concept, self, or life?

Come to a place that has an option, where you can be free of blind agreement, be yourself; that will combine a unique blend of
performance, photography, sculpture, painting, and illustration into one idea that will hopefully begin to set us free from the mind-prison that is “mainstream” and forced opposites.

Artists to help you see how the fine details relate, are:

KT Andresky, Leslie Blackburn, Marianne Audrey Burrows, Amanda Faye Cain, Alana Carlson, Joni Dalia, Cheryl Faligowski, Jay Harnish, Bill Macleod, Tim Pewe, Tom Pyrzewski, Dave Sanders, Marjorie Sauer, Ian Swanson, Colleen Walters

keep in mind that there are several other exhibits happening on the same night at The Russell. SEE THEM ALL! NEVER GO HOME!
-Amanda Faye Cain in partnership with White Room Productions and Motor City Movie House

The Motor City Movie House at The Russell Industrial Center
1604 Clay, Building 1, Floor 5 (look for yellow elevator door)
Detroit, MI