Join us on July 31 to kick-off the local tour of the public artwork In Search of the Truth (The Truth Booth) at Cranbrook Art Museum. Created as a Cause Collective project by artists Ryan Alexiev, Jim Ricks, Will Sylvester and Hank Willis Thomas, “The Truth Booth” is a portable, inflatable video recording studio in the shape of a giant speech bubble. The booth’s interior is equipped to record and compile video responses by people as they complete the sentence: “The Truth Is…”
This is the first stop on a two-week tour of the Metro Detroit and Flint area.
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The tour will debut on the grounds of Cranbrook Art Museum as part of a Family Day Celebration. There will be crafts for kids related to “The Truth Booth” and our current summer exhibition “Hippie Modernism.”
The recorded results of this project will be used to create an ambitious 60-foot-wide video installation that will open at Cranbrook Art Museum in November of 2016.
The Presenting Sponsor of the project is the Knight Foundation. Leadership Sponsors include the Applebaum Family Compass Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts and Maryanne Mott.
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