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Keith Aoki: 1955-2011 Life as the Art of Kindness, A Remembrance Paperback – May 9, 2011
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Even though he had been gone from the Metro Detroit area for many years, we still followed his career and spoke of him with reverence; his sculptures, graphic works, and performances became a part of Detroit Art lore, even though he was in in early 20's at the time. The prodigy that Keith was didn't instill any jealous thoughts or feelings, instead, his example spurred us on. And still does.
His passing hit us like the impact of the proverbial Mack Truck. The news spread like wildfire around the Detroit community, and to Detroiters around the country. With every private conversation about Keith that took place, another decidedly Aoki Anecdote was shared. I am proud to have a remembrance included in this memorial document.