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Since early August, artist Kenny Irwin Jr. has been tirelessly working to transform the lawn of Mike Kelley's Mobile Homestead at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit into a winter wonderland — with a Detroit twist. The project is a Detroit version of the Palm Springs, California-based artist's Robolights installation, which Irwin, the son of a hotelier, had built up over the past three decades into a tourist attraction that drew more than 60,000 visitors annually. #mocad #detroit #kennyirwinjr #robolights #robolightsdetroit #detroitart
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