Kate Pocrass offered a free special edition of her magazine Average. She worked with National Park Service and Golden Gate Transportation District staff and visitors to produce a playful field guide exploring the bridge and its surroundings. Rather than focusing on the structure’s official history or architectural features, the publication brought to light the quiet details and human stories of daily life at and around the bridge.
- Video: Kate Pocrass
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Kate Pocrass produces both independent and collaborative projects that revel in the commonality of the everyday. Her work has been shown at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, and the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California, and she was selected as a 2011 artist in residence at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.