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Comments Posted 05.26.10 | PERMALINK | PRINT

Event: MOCAD

Too Much of a Good Thing


The Neighborhood Machine

Design 99
Too Much of a Good Thing
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
5.27.2010 – 7.25.2010

In anticipation of our upcoming series of articles on focusing on Detroit, we're pleased to note the opening of this exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. 

From the MOCAD website:
Working on a model of discursive community engagement, Design 99 will develop a new project entitled Too Much of A Good Thing. The installation, called The Neighborhood Machine, will collect, analyze and distribute materials and information in a literal sense, but also non-literally. The exhibition will consist of sculptures, documents, drawings, video and photographs.
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