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.
ありがとう: Chairs Are People
“Upon entering the last door in a long hallway, attendees are welcomed in Japanese and English before receiving shoe coverings and a brief overview of the space. Photographs of Japanese forestry and urban scenery, paired with handwritten poems on bits of unbleached paper, grace the walls opposite a projection of clips featuring similar subjects. A zen reading and writing corner buzzes with guests perusing books and journaling opposite Fagan’s sculpture of stacked school chairs on the other end of the room, where observers pause and rock on their feet to peer around the balancing act in wonder.” - Joseph Flores