Street Art For a Cause in Detroit

Street Art For a Cause in Detroit

Two students from Wayne State University have created an outdoor art installation in Detroit to highlight the lack of affordable health care options in the city.

Dan Gould
  • 12 november 2009

Two students from Wayne State University have created an outdoor art installation in Detroit to highlight the lack of affordable health care options in the city.

Digging up used medical equipment from dumpsters, junkyards and local hospitals, Kristy Kelel and Alexis Drutchas built a mock medical clinic at the city’s Heidelberg Project, an ongoing massive public art exhibit created out of discarded materials. Watch a video of the project here.

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