Compelling signs have appeared in St. Nicholas Park in Harlem. Following trails, we discovered that they are part of the exhibition “Wayfinding” by conceptual artist Chloe Bass, sponsored by Harlem’s Studio Museum. Each asks a powerful question…

Photo courtesy of the Studio Museum in Harlem (image credit: SaVonne Anderson), 2019.

…How much of love is attention?

Photo courtesy of the Studio Museum in Harlem (image credit: SaVonne Anderson), 2019.

How much of life is coping?

We’re going to carry these questions with us, and listen for their answers…

How much of care is patience?

Bass’ instagram Public Investigator adds an incredibly thought-provoking and welcome component to our Instagram feed.

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One thought on “How Much Of Care is Patience? and Other Questions (Chloe Bass)

  1. In addition to “real” workouts, my adult daughter does dance workouts. She puts on music and goes at it all alone and works up a terrific sweat and heart rate.

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