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Artists Transform a Derelict Detroit Theater in El Jimador's 'Immersive Art' Event

Tequila Brand Kicks Off 'Mexology' Campaign With Film of Event

Published on May 04, 2015

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Tequila brand El Jimador brought together four artists -- a duo specializing in artistic projections, a metal sculptor and a classically trained musician turned techno DJ -- to collaborate on an "immersive interactive art" event in an abandoned theatre in Detroit. The artists were challenged with creating the project without a brief within 48 hours and the event was open to anyone in Detroit as well as friends of the artists and production teams. This documentary-style film of the campaign, which was conceived by agency Brave and production company Unit9, showcases the results. It's the first in a series of YouTube films which will eventually extend into print and outdoor work, all using the hashtag #Mexology.

As regulations tighten around their advertising around the world, alcohol brands are increasingly turning to artistic collaborations to market their wares; whisky brand Ballantine's showcases music collaborations in its "Stay True, Leave an Impression" campaign, while Absolut has sponsored a series of arthouse films and Bombay Sapphire has run a film competition at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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Date
May 01, 2015
Agency:
Brave
Client:
El Jimador
Prod. Co.:
Unit9

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