Sept 18: 'Complex Movements' at SiTE:LAB in Grand Rapids

54 Jefferson, formerly home to the Grand Rapids Public Museum, has been repurposed as an ArtPrize venue by SiTE:LAB. Please join us for a preview of this exhibition of eighteen site-specific and installation-based works curated by Paul Amenta.

'Complex Movements' is a Detroit based artist collective composed of graphic designer/fine artist Wesley Taylor, music producer/filmmaker Waajeed, and hip-hop lyricist/activist Invincible. Their multimedia performance installations, hand crafted songs, and trans-genre experiments explore the relationship between complex science and social change movements. 'Complex Movements' is a recipient of the 2012 MAP Fund grant and Michigan ArtServe's CSA grant. They have presented their work at The Detroit Science Center for Kresge's Art X Detroit festival, Re:View Gallery, Network of Ensemble Theater's Microfest, and Cranbrook Art Museum. They are joined at Artprize by jeweler Tiff Massey, as well as creative technologists AJ Manoulian and Carlos (L05) Garcia. | via SiTE:LAB

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