Thursday, February 14, 2008

New Article

read the article from

Do-It-Yourself: The Lollybot Collective

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Feedback gifts will be giving away free tickets to Gogel Bordello and the Myspace Music Tour on Feb 16th during the opening party

also, will be at the show taking photos so be sure to look your prettiest

Sunday, February 3, 2008


A multimedia art exhibition about communication presented by Detroit based art group the Lollybot Collective.

Feedback is an interactive show about the exchange of ideas between artists and participating attendees. It will be held in the CAVE gallery @ the Russell Industrial Complex, a notorious Detroit art factory. Feedback will showcase raw Detroit talent and provide the public with an opportunity to weigh in on what's happening while having a themselves a jolly good time.

DJ detroitis4lovers will be spinning records all day and night at the February 16 opening with performances by Detroit musicians the Elephantoms, Whale Tail, and Daniel Ballance. The bands are scheduled to play from 11pm until 1am. From 1am until sunrise detroitis4lovers will host a dance party in the gallery space.

The Lollybot Collective is a group of over fifty artists with a shared passion to make things better while having a good time in the process. Most members are from the Detroit area with contributors from Boston, Houston, and California. The Collective strives to create a powerful experience with every show that will enlighten even the most pessimistic and narrow-minded individual. Lollybot members are very active in the Detroit art scene.

The CAVE gallery is located on the third floor of the fourth building in the Russell Industrial Complex. Feedback will be open February 15, 16, and 17. The opening party will be held February 16 from 9pm until sunrise. Admittance is free, with $1 beers served until supplies run out.


If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Lollybot producers Jeff Nolan and Matthew Pritchard, please contact Matthew at 248 891 1859 or e-mail at

View Larger Map

Accidental Show videoblog from