ChloŽ Bass is a conceptual artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She focuses on the co-creation of performances, situations, installations, and publications, all dedicated to deep questioning of the everyday. Her upcoming project, The Book of Everyday Instruction
, is an investigation into one-on-one social interaction. Other recent projects have included The Department of Local Affairs
(a project on how we build place through behavior), and The Bureau of Self-Recognition
(how what we do shapes who we are). ChloŽ was the 2014 Bed-Stuy Create Change Resident for the Laundromat Project and the 2014 Honorary Fellow in Utopian Practice for Culture Push. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the Neuberger Museum, the James Gallery at CUNY Graduate Center, Momenta Art, and KŁnstlerhaus Stuttgart. Her recent writing has been published in Art in America and Hyperallergic. ChloŽ has guest lectured at various institutions, including the Queens Museum of Art, Parsons School of Design, Sothebyís Institute, and Brooklyn College CUNY. You can learn more at chloebass.com
event is part of TCNJís Center for the Arts Brown Bag Lecture Series
, providing TCNJ students, faculty, and the local community a showcase of speakers and presenters on current and relevant social, cultural, and economic issues through presentation and performance. The series broadens the educational experiences of students and the greater community by encouraging thought-provoking discussion on how current issues influence and impact the future of the Arts in America. In so doing, it educates the audience on matters of social interest, advances the global awareness of The College of New Jersey, and provides an environment for student development.
The event will be held at The College of New Jerseyís Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall (Music Building)
. Parking passes can be obtained by visiting the information booth at Paul Loser Hall for a day pass, and parking in the visitor lots on campus. The event is free and open to the public. Click here
to view a parking map.