Imaging Detroit was a collective event and a public assemblage staged in Detroit's Perrien Park. Between September 21st and 22nd, 2012 the Metropolitan Observatory for Digital Culture and Representation hosted an unprecedented open assessment and contemporary anthology of Detroit as local and global image. This two-day long temporary screening, exhibition, and performance venue - in Detroit and on Detroit - served as a catalyst for the exploration of the city’s manufactured meanings. Invited DJ’s (discourse jockeys) helped mix the discussion for the occasion.
Imaging Detroit was free and open to the public.