2014 Exhibition

DLECTRICITY is Detroit’s nighttime festival of art + light that featured over 35 world-renowned and emerging artists whose cutting-edge works of art illuminated Midtown Detroit in 2014, from the Detroit Institute of Arts down to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. This two-night “Nuit Blanche” festival was scheduled for Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27 in Midtown Detroit from 7:00 p.m. to midnight. Saturday night also featured the DLECTRICITY Light Bike Parade where thousands of cyclists biked a 4-mile route through Midtown Detroit, adding extra light and energy to the streets. Weekend programming also included artist talks and performances. DLECTRICITY is produced by Midtown Detroit, Inc. and is free to the public.

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Project OMO Trip is based on connecting two discipline art forms, the visual arts and multimedia. Making use and incorporating everyday objects which have been disposed off, the material source for our compositions comes from trash piles and junk which has been left behind. Through the use of man made objects, we create still life designs.

Once the construction process is completed, we use the technique of video mapping to bring our composition to life. According to the project theme, particular images, animate pictures and videos are produce and added to the arrangement. The final stage of the project is to complete the composition with matching sound.

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Artist Credit

nieDAsie Art Group

nieDAsie Group is the collaboration of two artists: Sculptor Monika Szpener and visual artist Pani Pawlosky. The group was created in 2013. Our goal is to combine our experiences of different artistic disciplines and use them to complement each other

Monika Szpener

Monika Szpener

Is a sculptor who lives and works in Szczecin, Poland. In 2003, she completed sculpture courses leading to a master’s degree at Nicolaus Copernicus University of Thorn, fine art faculty. In 2011 she got a doctor degree in fine arts at the university. She deals with sculpture in a wider sense, including portraits, installations, objects, and artistic actions. She uses characteristic materials, i.e. various wrapping, recyclable materials, worn out and useless items. Most of her works are interdisciplinary and combine various artistic techniques.


Pani Pawlosky

Pani Pawlosky

Is an independent professional visual artist, who currently lives and works in Szczecin, Poland. Majored in video art, she is engaged in the visual arts in a broad sense – photography, video clips, video mapping, VJ’ing and multimedia scenography. In 2005, she completed photography courses leading to a bachelor’s degree at University of Applied Arts in Poznan. Her works represent a combination of dreamy surrealistic visions based on video footage, photography and animation. Katarzyna Pawłowska, as Pani Pawlosky, is the author of many individual exhibitions in Poland in galleries, festivals, theaters. She’s also director of many video clips, video arts and film etudes. With strong inspiration in music, she works as a VJ with many musician artist.