2017 Exhibition

DLECTRICITY™ took place during September 22 & 23, 2017, in Midtown Detroit and showcased 36 artists from Detroit and around the world from the DIA to MOCAD.



LOCATION:  N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

Curated by Michaela Mosher

PRIMETIME is an exhibition of video art and installations by local artists, featuring special live performances of Neither There, Nor Here by multi-media theater company A Host of People.

PRIMETIME includes:

Katie Barkel, Oren Goldenberg and Chris Tysh, Kaio Huvaere and Matteus Huvaere, Ginny Martin, Oksana Mirzoyan, Michaela Mosher, Clifford B. West and Harry Bertoia, Alivia Zivich


A Host of People (Sherrine Azab and Jake Hooker, with Torri Lynn Ashford, Aja Salakastar Dier, Karilú Alarcón Forshee, Chantel Gaidica, Chris Jakob, Billy Mark, Dorothy Melander-Dayton, Sam Moltmaker, and Maddy Rager)

Neither There, Nor Here is an original, multimedia, interdisciplinary memory play-meets-cooking show directed by Sherrine Azab and created by A Host of PeopleNTNH focuses on the experience of people with liminal identities of race, gender, culture and sexuality. Via personal stories, memories, and family artifacts, it investigates those who live between so-called traditional binaries to create their own culture as they move beyond more typical either/or identities, all through the lens of a cooking show where the performers prepare dishes representative of their mixed identities.

Artist Information

Michaela Mosher

Michaela Mosher

Michaela Mosher is a multi-disciplinary video artist. Originally from Flint, MI, she currently lives and works in Detroit. She holds a bachelors in Fine Art from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit (class of 2012). She had a solo show at CAVE (Detroit) in 2014 and her work has been exhibited at numerous venues such as Public Pool (Hamtramck), Re:View Contemporary Gallery (Detroit), MOCAD (Detroit) and others. She also organizes and collaborates on music/dance/projection installations and performances with local artists. Michaela Mosher is the Exhibitions and Gallery Manager at The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit, where she has worked since 2011.