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Plaster, wood / 16x19x37 inches / 2024

Apartment rental pricing in New York becomes almost insurmountable, a constant point of stress in the space which should be bringing peace in an already noisy and tense city. This piece is a manifestation of my thinking around the relation between home and value. 

A chair is the smallest space that I'm able to rest in, it is also an extension of our body, we let go and trust its stability to take our weight. I combined that with architecture references from around my neighborhood, making the chair anti-utilitarian : cancelling out its original purpose as a space of respite. 

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