Chloë Flores is a Latinx Yaqui Native curator, writer, arts producer, and community organizer whose work centers on body-based and performative practices and the dynamic relationship of public/private space in the production of culture. She is the Executive and Artistic Director of homeLA, a LA-based nomadic dance-centered performance organization and a Co-Founder of the Los Angeles Dance Worker Coalition. In 2011, she founded and directed GuestHaus Residency (GHR), a housing residency that supports Los Angeles nonprofits and artist-run spaces through free housing for visiting artists, writers and curators. Currently on hiatus due to the pandemic, the GHR has partnered with 40 LA-based organizations and institutions to provide over 70 residencies as well as host fundraisers, art events, film screenings and networking social functions. Flores has worked in the arts in Los Angeles since 1999, co-founded/co-directed enView Gallery in Long Beach from 2005-2008, and received her MA in Curatorial Practices in 2011 from USC. Over the years, she has worked on exhibitions, programs and texts for the following organizations: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The Orange County Museum of Art, The Office, The Armory Center for the Arts, Dance Resource Center, Monte Vista Projects, Cypress College,The Sweeney Art Gallery at UC Riverside, Anthony Greaney, Sierra Nevada College, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture Mackey Garage Top, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), and The Box.