Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Even more Dethlab news/LINK Festival update:

Just added to the Machines That Feel program, Spectral Mornings will be perfroming live, along with 800 Beloved. We are thrilled to have two exceptional, genre-defying live acts make their debuts at CAID. This will also be the Detroit debut screening of RELINE2, a collection of work by ten artists who "investigate modern mythology, examine environments, explode form, and play with similes between machine and body. From buildings ripping apart by unseen forces to characters on strange journeys in wild imagined spaces, these videos explore the integration of technology into every strata of our lives."

The LINK Festival is July 29-30 at the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit.

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