“I am both a third-generation native New Yorker and a first-generation American at the same time. And that is a complicated thing to be. And I think in being those complexities and needing to acknowledge them, but also understanding that life is just life and we live it regardless, I’m trying to make projects that open up space for your own complexities: that leave room for the parts of you that have questions; that leave room for the parts of you that need regrounding, or need to notice something in a new way, or just need to be returned to yourself. So, I hope that 'Wayfinding' gives you a little bit of an opportunity to do that.”—Chloë Bass (@publicinvestigator)
Read more about Bass and her work in the @jdforward piece featured in our stories!
An exercise in emotional wayfinding, "Chloë Bass: Wayfinding" is on view at the Skirball through Mar 12.
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[Image description: A small black garden marker sculpture with white text that reads "You might want so much more than you know." The sign is emerging from a planter with a shrub with autumnal-colored leaves. Behind it is a winding vine going up a pillar and a view of Skirball architecture against bright blue sky.]