Back to Top

Mobile Homestead is a permanent art work by late artist Mike Kelley located on the grounds of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. It’s both a public sculpture and a private, personal architecture – based on the artist’s childhood home on Palmer Road in Westland, a neighborhood which primarily housed workers for the Big Three auto makers: Ford, Chrysler and General Motors. (via MOCAD)

Posted 1 year ago / 22 notes / Tagged: Art, Architecture, Detroit, Public, exhibit, spatial, urban geography, urban intervention,