“Artificial Geospatial Laboratory”
Exhibition Dates – February 6 – March 6, 2010
Opening Reception – Saturday, February 6, 6pm-9pm
Closing Reception – Saturday, March 6, 6pm-9pm
Detroit Industrial Projects presents an installation by Steve Coy that explores what future spaces might look like. The exhibition runs February 6 through March 6. The opening reception is February 6th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This installation examines real versus perceived or imagined spaces. Using sculptural elements combined with video and wall murals, the work explores ideas about interior and exterior spaces, technology, consumption and elitism. This installation is inspired by corporate culture, social status, pop-culture, fashion, and architecture. For further information, contact Jeanette Strezinski at 248.840.5117 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.detroitindustrialprojects.wordpress.com. D.I.P. is located in the Russell Industrial Center, 1610 Clay Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48211.
Steve Coy received an MFA from University of Hawaii in 2007. He works in many mediums ranging from video, installation, performance, design, and photography; often in various combinations. His work is inspired by commercialism, corporatism, fashion, pop-culture and events from daily life. His recent work has been included in exhibitions in Beijing (Sanlun Yishu an interactive collaborative art project), Melbourne at the Royal Exhibition Building, and Sydney at the Royal Hall of Industries. Coy currently lives and works in Detroit, Michigan and teaches at University of Michigan, School of Art and Design.