ISSUE 008_SPRING 2021 is framed around the idea of collaboration, and focuses on the Dual Vision exhibition currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Dual Vision includes over forty artists either living or connected to Detroit whom have been paired off for the purpose of creating new, collaborative works. In this issue we feature interviews with twenty of the artists, as well as an interview with members of the curatorial team. Interviews with the artists were designed in a questionnaire format, in which each artist is answering the same set of five questions that explore the concept of collaboration and the possibilities offered through it that are unavailable to people working individually.


Nour Ballout, Betty Brownlee,Tyanna Buie, Jim Chatelain, Amelia Currier, Cyrah Dardas, Simone DeSousa, Chelsea A. Flowers, Steve Foust, bree gant, Maceo Keeling, Mario Moore, Cherise Morris, Martha Mysko, Sabrina Nelson, Kurt NovakRashaun Rucker, Robert Sestok, Zeb Smith, and Carlo Vitale

Dual Vision is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit and curated by Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator Jova Lynne, with curatorial support from MOCAD Curatorial Fellow Maceo Keeling, and advised by participating artists Kathryn Brackett Luchs, Ed Fraga, and Robert Sestok.