An exclusive line of products, loosely related to the theme of "green space," created by internationally renowned designers in collaboration with Detroit artists, businesses, organizations and manufacturers.
For his first public project in Detroit, Gary Simmons created an immersive, environmental installation by wallpapering a space with self-created musical fly posters that reference specific musical styles, as well as their attendant subcultures and sociopolitical connotations.
CULTURE LAB DETROIT is a non-profit organization that engages world-class artists, designers, and architects in a series of thoughtful discussions that stimulate new relationships, artistic opportunities and deeper connections between the Detroit and international community. These dialogues evolve into permanent and transformative projects of design, art, architecture, and installation, contributing to Detroit's cultural landscape.
Now in its fifth year, Culture Lab Detroit’s 2017 panel discussion series returns to engage internationally reputed artists, architects, and theorists on the theme of Post-Truth -- exploring how art can help us navigate a world of contested reality.