The pictures attached show the prototype of the artwork: a small armchair on a metal frame made of aluminium with... Read More
The pictures attached show the prototype of the artwork: a small armchair on a metal frame made of aluminium with a removable cover in the form of a hand-tufted pile carpet on a jute base. The chair stand is made of wood. The small-size prototype is made in ceramics.
This artwork can exist as a separate unit, but its depth is revealed when it stands together with a large armchair located in the same exposition. The meaning of this work is in the Connection between the large and small armchairs.
Whatever a child is going through and whatever an adult is going through, they have the right to go through it together.
The chair is my cry about letting the children into the same space of meanings and tasks, so that the child encounters and meets this world at his own level. This is the rightest thing that keeps the process of education and nurture vibrant and live.