Detroit Research first appeared in 2014, with support from the Knight Foundation, the Modern Ancient Brown Foundation, CCS, many artists and friends, as a journal of practice and artist research for Detroit exploring social practice, ceramics, choreography, music, performance, and critical theory - in other words, Visual and Critical Studies as understood in advanced art writing and schools of art + design. From its inception, Detroit Research was inspired by Detroit and sought to be a forum for presenting and reflecting upon some of the most challenging post / studio / practices emerging in Detroit and to cultivate a critical language for talking about such practices within a national and international framework. Each double issue of the journal had a guest editor and a featured artist as well as work devoted to artist research, and each issue contained reflections upon a historically important Detroit journal, site, event, or practitioner. Going forward, we look forward to a new phase, Detroit Research Collection, which will publish small and timely acts of Art Writing that reflect upon and embody the practice of living.
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