Multimedia art gallery to take over 8,000-square-foot warehouse

By |2018-01-15T16:51:13-05:00August 2nd, 2007|Entertainment|
‘Forth From Its Hinges’

7-10 p.m. Aug. 9. Opening reception with the artists, musical performance and refreshments
4 p.m.-midnight, Aug. 10 with musical performance from 8 p.m.
12 p.m.-midnight, Aug. 11 with musical performance from 8 p.m.
Airport Plaza, 3660 Plaza Drive, Suites 5 and 6, Ann Arbor 48104 (near S. State and Ellsworth, southwest of I-94)

ANN ARBOR – A group of ambitious, visionary, young Ann Arbor artists, ages 17 to 30, have created a uniquely site-specific installation called Forth From Its Hinges inside a warehouse space in the neighborhood of Zingerman’s Bakehouse. The showcase will take place Aug. 9-11.
Individually and in tandem, these artists have utilized the show space as their collective art studio in the weeks leading up to the opening in order to grow a truly authentic, organically conceived and constructed art show, an art work in and of itself.
Forth From Its Hinges is a refreshing conglomerate statement about the artistic experience from all sides. Visitors will navigate an odyssey of original artwork suspended from meat hooks, ice tongs, and chains, framed by a weathered screen door, or mounted atop salvaged corrugated metal. In addition to new paintings, photography, and sculpture, Forth From Its Hinges premieres a new video projection and solo and ensemble performances by innovative, local musical artists.
The public is invited to this unique, three-days-only art situation. No admission fee. Curiosity required.

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