May Contain Fruit Reception

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July 21st
5-8pm
There is a scientific basis for humanity’s fascination with fruit. All of the resources we need to survive come from flowering, fruit bearing plants: Angiosperms.

In this group exhibition we address fruit as the symbol for knowledge, as a symbol and visual for feminine form, as trade commodity. It will address the literal question of America’s fruit supply coming from other countries, much of it from Mexico. What implications does the wall have on our access to groceries? Will America be without fruit? Will America be without knowledge? This exhibition addresses these questions through a variety of two- and three-dimensional work as well as some video work. It incorporates representation of fruit as well as real fruit after certain preservation processes. Exhibit runs through August 19th.
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Add to Calendar 07/21/2017 America/Detroit May Contain Fruit Reception There is a scientific basis for humanity’s fascination with fruit. All of the resources we need to survive come from flowering, fruit bearing plants: Angiosperms.

In this group exhibition we address fruit as the symbol for knowledge, as a symbol and visual for feminine form, as trade commodity. It will address the literal question of America’s fruit supply coming from other countries, much of it from Mexico. What implications does the wall have on our access to groceries? Will America be without fruit? Will America be without knowledge? This exhibition addresses these questions through a variety of two- and three-dimensional work as well as some video work. It incorporates representation of fruit as well as real fruit after certain preservation processes. Exhibit runs through August 19th.
217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Michigan 48202 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
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Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: FREE
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Limited free parking; available nearby spaces at $7.
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