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Tyree Guyton b. 1955Invisible Doors, 2007, Painted steelCommission supported by The Joyce Foundation, Purchased through donations to WSU
Tyree Guyton said of Invisible Doors, ‘it is designed with the hope of helping
people to open the mental doors of our minds – doors that often block us from
seeing new possibilities for all people.’ In 1986, Detroit native, Guyton began The Heidelberg Project, a transformative art installation in his struggling Detroit neighborhood, which has received both local controversy and international acclaim.