In their enormous size and grandeur, Detroit’s decayed buildings made a tremendous impression on me. Detroit Is No Dry Bones charts adaptations in the struggle for survival in Detroit’s segregated neighborhoods and the visual culture developing in them—issues usually deemed too humble to receive public attention.
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