Long A pair of black-and-white photographs with matching black frames and solid black backgrounds capture a portrait of a woman with short, kinky, black hair from behind and a wooden mask from behind with a carved chin-length wig that curls at the ends and comes to a point at the top. Centered below is a black label with white text that reads "the neighbors were suspicious of her hairstyle."
Short White icicle-like formations layered above plumes of blue smoke fill two side-by-side panels.
Long Billowing blue smoke fills the bottom of two side-by-side panels. Layers of white icicle formations obscure black-and-white newspaper clippings in the middle sections of each panel. Behind the forms, a wash of black, grey, and white fills the tops of each panel.
Lorna Simpson, American, b. 1960 Dwelling, 2019 Ink and screen print on gessoed fiberglass 108 × 96 × 1 1/4 in. (274.3 × 243.8 × 3.2 cm) Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift of Kenneth C. Griffin, 2020.6