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Along with his Selling Of Detroit, which included a team of artists hanging sales signs on Detroit's more famous monuments and landmarks (as well as a hilarious ad in the weekly alt-weekly, The Metro Times) has given the former publisher and punk frontman a new stage to befuddle the masses. It's pure Detroit agitprop, and it struck a nerve with a city in the those of bankruptcy. They were visually arresting, humorous, surprising and above all, strong statements. Vile that also won an award for Best Public Art a Reader's poll in that same alt weekly’s poll.
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The content of the show was kept a complete mystery to not only the public, but the gallery had no clue what was going on either. From chickens feet hors d'oeuvres to sticker machines, from paintings to trannys to a huge tub of Crisco. Needless to say this show was exactly that, and if you were not entertained or appalled then there was something wrong with you.