The Marc Andre Robinson Right of Return (By Themselves and of Themselves) installation features a series of suspended chairs. The pieces of furniture are all intertwined, giving way to an ornate circular form.
While Robinson has paid close attention to detail, the loop is placed on a slight slant, allowing it to sit low and extend high up. Interestingly, each chair is different from the next, some incorporating cherry wood and others light shades or even painted pieces. While they are distinct from one another, they are nonetheless united in form. He has thus managed to represent a harmony about the interior design exhibit, drawing attention to a seldom seen niche within the art world.
Suspended Chair Exhibits
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Sixties Throwback Homewares
Hollowed Storage Seating
Cozy Bare-Boned Seating
Wacky Weatherproof Wiggle Seats
Chair-Inspired Graphic Posters