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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Video Center

25. Video Center

Video Center is a two-night exhibition of video art at The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art. The N’Namdi Center’s 3000+ square footage of surface area will be bathed with moving light and images, transforming the interior of the gallery into an immersive walk-through experience of video and sound. Featuring work from a number of different local, national and international artists, this exhibition will provide an overview of the video art medium as it stands today. Video Center is curated by Detroit video and installation artist Michaela Mosher.

Participating Artists include:
Goran Butorac, Joseph Conder, Ellen Coons, Danny DeMaggio, Christina De Roos, Tony Hope/Marissa Jezak, Maddie Kuzak, Daniel Marchwinski, Cassie McQuarter, Michaela Mosher, Scott Northrup, Chris Samuels, Bailey Scieszka, Alexander Weyer, and Rachel Yezbick (additional artists to be announced).

Artist Credit

Michaela Mosher

Michaela Mosher

Michaela Mosher is a multi-disciplinary video installation artist. Originally from Flint, MI, she currently lives and works in Hamtramck and Detroit, MI. She holds a bachelors in Fine Art from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI. In addition to solo shows at backroom (Hamtramck, MI) and CAVE (Detroit, MI), her work has been exhibited at numerous venues such as Public Pool (Hamtramck, MI), Detroit Contemporary (Detroit, MI), Northend Studios (Detroit, MI) and others. She also organizes and collaborates on music/dance/projection installations and performances with local artists. Michaela Mosher is the gallery coordinator at The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit, MI.

www.michaelamosher.com