This massive wall is built entirely out of chairs and some old clothing to create a bizarre monument of chair walls. The artist Fumiko Kobayashi used about 300 chairs to construct his installation titled '1000 Legs, Cultivating Fruits'. This artist collected all the materials in neighborhoods around Tokyo where discarded waste builds up to compose the design.
This wall is currently on display at the Mori Art Museum through January 13 as part of a show called 'Roppongi Crossing.' The show evokes Japan's post-tsunami devastation where the artwork can be viewed from a different perspective. Monumental chair walls make an interesting combination where the use of old furniture can be crafted into newly designed architecture.
Monumental Makeshift Chair Walls
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