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Vol. 2 of Detroit Research (Summer/Fall 2016) will be guest edited by Biba Bell, PhD on dance in / outside Detroit. The featured artist will be ceramicist Marie T. Hermann. Some of our regular features – on mapping, historical moments / spaces / events in Detroit – will continue along with material on Social Practice and Biopolitics.
 
 

Biba Bells’s It Never Really Happened, Part One

 
On Dance: A Politics of Rhythm
Michael Stone-Richards
A Dancerly Divining Rod
Biba Bell
Liquor Store Theater: Dancing with Gentrification in post-Bankruptcy
Maya Stovall
Ten Statements on Art and Culture
Mårten Spångberg
a photo essay: terry2day
Hamilton Poe
Sparkle, Glitter, Pop…or A Field Guide for Spatial Transgression
Allen Gillers
We Place Ourselves
Leyya Mona Tawil
4 Poems
Jaamil Olawale Kosoko
#negrophobia
Jaamil Olawale Kosoko and Kate Hess
‘Bad Bitches’
Michelle Cowin-Mensah
“A Butterfly in a Jar: Where the twirlers lie…”
Christopher Braz
Drawings
Ralph Lemon
Infinite Work: A Selection of Writings by Biba Bell
Matthew Piper
Biba Bell:
Notes on Dancing in Detroit
Curating a Collision
MGM
Slow Work: Dance’s Temporal Effect in the Visual Sphere How it Happened Revisted. Biba Bell in Conversation with Matthew Piper
Blues & Roots: Fragments of a History of the Detroit Artists Workshop
George Tysh
Photographer of a Revolution
Emi Fontana
A Conversation with Carlos Diaz
Mary McNichols
Drawing Detroit
Jennifer Junkermeier and Ryan Harte
St. Louis County police responding to the Ferguson Uprising…
Curtis McGuire
Building on ‘Notes on Social Practice’ 
On the Theoretical Unconscious of Social Practice
Hammam Aldouri
In Correspondence with the Vessel:
The Collection of Joy and Allan Nachman
Addie Langford
The discreet music of Marie T. Hermann’s objects
Michael Stone-Richards
Marie T. Hermann in Conversation
Glenn Adamson
Stillness in the Glorious Wilderness
Glenn Adamson
Toccata 570
Rebecca R. Hart
Metabolic Décor
Ezra Shales
That Which is Drawn Away
Anthony Marcellini
And dusk turned dawn, Blackthorn
Shelley Selim
After M.T.H. Exhibition  “And dusk turned dawn, Blackthorn”
Lynn Crawford
The Delicate Monster: On the work of Jessica Stoller
Jane Ursula Harris
A Midwife to Ideas: Tony Hepburn
Addie Langford
Tony Hepburn at Cranbook Academy of Art
Marsha Miro
Recent Work (Materials Pieces), Camden Arts Center 1971
Tony Hepburn
Tony Hepburn: Vignettes
Ben Teague
Encountering Tony Hepburn
Tom Lauerman
Tony Hepburn in Correspondence
Addie Langford
Tony Hepburn. An Obituary.
Paul Kotula
In Memoriam Susanne Feld Hilberry
Marsha Miro
Play Time
Kim Harty
Hamtramck Ceramck
Marissa Jezak & Jessica Newberry

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