Anders Ruhwald preserves Detroit building in new site-specific intallation

July 11, 2019

unit-1-3583-dubois-st-anders-ruhwald-detroit_dezeen_hero-1704x959Anders Herwald Ruhwald immersive, site-specific installation Unit 1: 3583 Dubois inside an apartment on Detroit’s east side is now open. 3583 Dubois Street in Detroit, Michigan, no longer exists. While the once dilapidated 7,000 square-foot brick apartment building at this location still stands, the city has reassigned its address as 2170 Mack Avenue. In his installation, Unit 1: 3583 DuboisAnders Ruhwald repositions the building’s identity, intertwining its past, present, and future. Unit 1: 3583 Dubois, will be open yearly from April to October by appointment only. Tours can be booked on unit1.org for Thursdays, between 7-9 pm and Saturdays, between 12-4pm starting on June 22, 2019. See photos and read more about Unit 1 here and here.

Brendan Fernandes collaborates with Norman Kelley on installation at the Whitney Biennial

July 10, 2019

qa-artist-brendan-fernandes-on-hivaids-why-ballet-dancers-are-masochists-and-the-importance-of-ORIGBrendan Fernandes exhibition, The Master and Form, at the Whitney Biennial was designed in collaboration with the architecture firm Norman Kelley. Five structures including a “minimal arrangement of scaffolding”  is always on view and used by dancers through durational performances. Read more about The Master and Form here.