Chairs Are People®
Clients Proposal Info Community
"chairs are fascinating because they address both physiology and fashion. they represent an effort to balance multiple concerns: artistry, status, gravity, construction and comfort."
chair connects culture. there is always a conversation to be share chairs are people if you think about it.
the kanji for chair in japanese means strange wood child 椅 =木 wood 奇 strange. 椅子は人です
chairs are people is the study of still life bringing together a curation of chairs for the process of experimentation and documentation. this project highlights chairs as they are and their interactions. #chairsarepeople is a unique idea using everyday objects as subjects in my art and process. the art of stacking chairs is a visual representation of how i see a community and how when we come together we build something. stacking chairs challenges the mind to view chairs from an abstract point of view.
an empty chair is a space for possibility.
Chairs Are People:
"I share Fagan’s novel recognition that products we use daily, connect us with cultures far away. Everyday objects unite us. Consider the many variations of a coke, a writing pen, a coffee cup around the globe — different shapes, sizes, labels, branding, and personalities — same function, same product. This realization led me to create a cultural exploration blog titled Myriad United, years ago. So when I saw Fagan’s petition, I immediately was drawn to his activism. My legal training made me consider how we could implement the emoji change." - Garret Auzenne
2019, November 11th. Houston, Texas. Arigatou Studios.