Chloe Pascal Crawford

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Small painting of several small blue squares in various shades of blue.
Access Blues, acrylic on linen, 2016

Chloe P. Crawford is an interdisciplinary artist highlighting the labor disabled people undertake to set the conditions for their existence in public spaces. Her work is often exhibited in relation to her perpetually-seated sight-line, challenging conceptions of lowness as a place to be overlooked or convey abjection. She has shown at the Museum für Moderne Kunst (Frankfurt, DE), Artists Space (New York, NY), VAE (Raleigh, NC), and HUA (Berlin, DE). She received fellowships from Ragdale Foundation, Santa Fe Art Institute, and Vermont Studio Center. In 2021, she was accepted to take part in an exhibition and residency at Wassaic Project which was then rescinded because their facilities aren't accessible to wheelchair users. She has a BFA from The University of the Arts, an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, and attended the Whitney Museum Independent Study Studio Program. It took her 19 years to obtain enough work credits to qualify to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance.

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