Wayfinding is Christopher Bissonnette's sixth solo studio release and his first, of hopefully many, for 12k. The album embodies an evolution of Bissonnette's work, moving from an exclusively synth-based series of explorations to an amalgam of electronics and acoustic methods. Each track seeks to find grandeur on a diminutive scale. Bissonnette's focus has shifted from sweeping pastoral drones to introspective passages with delicate melody and elusive harmonies interlaced with studio and field recordings. This minute scale is also reflected in a photographic series that studies the domestic landscape of home. The sequence of images transforms the banality and insignificance of the familial interior into expansive vistas and bucolic panoramas. Wayfinding is Bissonnette's most intimate and gauzy work to date and executed with beautiful restraint.