Gregory Holm and Matthew Radune, Brooklyn artists, unveil Ice House Detroit
After months of fundraising, Detroit-born photographer Gregory Holm and architect Matthew Radune, both of Brooklyn, unveiled an abandoned house on the east side of Detroit completely coated in ice today.
Ice House Detroit was planned to draw attention to the mortgage foreclosure crisis.
Holm and Radune acquired the house at 3920 McClellan from the Michigan State Land Bank in exchange for paying back taxes on another foreclosed home so a local woman could move into it.
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