Jennifer Bastian and Luisa Garcia-Gomez were born on different continents, but both had a complex relationship with the idea of home during their youth and adolescence. During the 1990s, while Bastian moved weekly between her parents’ houses due to their separation, Garcia took shelter in her home as a trench due to the violence of her country, Colombia. Both artists have consistently made work influenced by their desire to feel “at home.” Their new exhibit, which opened October 25th at the Garver Feed Mill, explores the ideas of what makes a home. In order to keep visitors safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors will be limited in number. Portions of the exhibit will also be visible from outside the building.