Every chair represents a struggle to resolve the conflict between gravity and the human anatomy. Sitting up is always a challenge. From the earliest records of chairs in Egyptian tomb painting and ancient Greek art, humans have been designing, observing, and inventing new shapes so humans can be comfortable while sitting.
This series looks at 3 chairs found and photographed at the Museum of Modern Art in their outside courtyard. Personally, I love the simplicity of the design and shapes. A photo-graphic and design-oriented exploration into three chairs and an excuse to play with color, form, and design.
Available in custom sizes as either dye sublimation metal prints or archival pigment prints.