Although the action of sitting is a very unnatural form for our body to take, we tend to think of it as being instinctive and intuitive. This piece challenges our acceptance of a chair, asking us to reconsider fundamental human behaviours.
This chair takes on the physical characteristics of an uncomfortably seated person, embodying the physical feelings that accompanies sitting for extended periods. It responds to the static, stiff and upright form of traditional chairs, exaggerating this discomfort to the extent where it forces an immediate restlessness and desire to stand.
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