‘Truth Booth’ art installation making several Michigan stops | AP

Cranbrook Art Museum in the News
The Truth Booth

July 31, 2016

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. (AP) — A portable, inflatable recording studio is coming to Michigan as part of a national tour until Election Day.

The public artwork, “In Search of the Truth (The Truth Booth),” opens at Cranbrook Art Museum on Sunday in Bloomfield Hills. The pop-up booth travels to 11 more locations around Detroit and Flint during the next two weeks.

Organizers seek people from varied cultural backgrounds to record a statement of up to two minutes starting with, “The truth is…”

The project’s artistic team is called Cause Collective. The Michigan stop is the longest on the tour, which Cause Collective hopes will reach all 50 states by November.

Cranbrook officials say the footage from the Michigan stops will be complied into a video mosaic to be installed in November at the museum.

Source: Associated Press

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