When: Friday August 17, 2012, doors open at 7 pm bands at 8 pm.
Where: 1480 Gratiot Ave. Detroit MI (Free Parking the back lot)
How much: $3
On Friday August 17, 2012 at 7 pm The Superior Bugout presents an evening with artwork by a traveling duo working under their hobo moniker aliases "Monty" and "The Boozehound" sharing their photos, sculptures, and diatribes of the road along with very loud live sounds produced by Detroit's own Sheefy Mcfly, Pupils, Mexican Knives, LT Dan and The Sugarcoats.
Monty and The Boozehound left Baltimore earlier in the Summer, traveling across America's northeast corridor, southern and midwestern states stealing freight train rides and paint. Along the way they've reworked the visual landscapes of the towns they passed through with colorful signage and roller pieces, now pausing to take part in the current artistic renaissance taking place in "surreal urban ruin of Detroit's streets" as The Boozehound puts it. "Detroit is a lot like camping." Monty says in his North Carolina drawl, "it's intense!"
This event will take place in the newly renovated space at 1480 Gratiot Ave, self titled Fourteen-Eighty Gallery in downtown Detroit's Eastern Market.
Through the creation of a new venue for alternative and underground expression Fourteen-Eighty Gallery is a vision recently renewed by gun enthusiast and local Detroiter Miles Michaels and will continue to be able to be part of the growing arts community in downtown Detroit.
The Superior Bugout seeks to bring a synergy of sight and sound, combining elements of the streets with contemporary sound visionaries. The party aesthetic comes from Brooklyn based multimedia artist Andrew H. Shirley, who's been spending the Summer in Detroit bathing in the Detroit River and assisting Mr. Michaels in the growth of the gallery space.
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