Leslie Hewitt's Grounded is a staircase that goes nowhere. I saw it at the California African American Museum last winter in After 1968: Contemporary Artists and the Civil Rights Legacy, a show about the ripples of the year a jailed Huey P. Newton said "we're hoping the master dies" and Joan Didion experienced socio-politically induced "nausea and vertigo." All artists included were born in the last 42 years, after 1968.
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