Graffiti writer turned fine artist REVOK recently presented an immersive installation at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Organized by the Library Street Collective and The Detroit Sessions, the time-based projection collided with a classical performance for a unique presentation. REVOK’s signature Spirograph motifs were projected onto the walls and ceiling of the former cathedral as the band performed. Musicians included Roberto González-Monjas on violin accompanied by pianist Ivan Moshchuk and singer Tunde Olaniran supported by pianist Kaleb Waterman.
Get a closer look at the installation and performance by watching the video above and then visit the Detroit Institute of Arts’ website for further information on their art and music collaborations.
Elsewhere in art, take a video tour of the British Museum’s manga exhibition.
Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48202
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Thank you to everyone that came out last night to experience “SPECTRE” I am very grateful for the support & friendship of @anthonycuris / @jjcuris of @librarystreetcollective -Thank you for an absolutely epic opportunity & congratulations on the majestic new space! Thank you as well to @detroitsessions @ivanmoshchuk @rgonzalezmonjas @tundeolaniran as well as the @experiencebluewater team for their commitment & hard work in making a most memorable night happen✨ -All of you’s guys RULE!!! Also, I can’t forget the whole @librarystreetcollective team @sara_nick @alessandranoir @taraakitt fantastic photos courtesy of the talented @lance.gerber #jasonREVOK