Looking for fun stuff to do while in Detroit for the North American International Auto Show? After (or before) trying some great Detroit spots like Slows Barb-B-Q or Supino PIzza in Eastern Market, consider heading out to Royal Oak to see Bethany Shorb's "Crash" exhibition at the 323East Gallery.
Shorb, a Detroit-based artist, photographer, designer, and founder of the Cyberoptix Tie Lab, will be showing her current series of neckties, photographs, and screen prints (on both paper and deployed airbags) inspired by the J.G. Ballard novel Crash and the Normal song "Warm Leatherette".
Crash by Bethany Shorb 6pm, January 15th 323East Gallery Royal Oak, MIMore shots of ties, photos and prints after the jump.
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