AIRPORT CHAIR: This chair draws inspiration from airport seating. This chair is intended to be placed in ones home, and attempts to creates a sense of comfort and stability within the realm of the temporary and the in-between. Mild steel with power-coated finish.
This piece is part of my Diploma Project Series where I am exploring spaces and objects within the realm of the temporary, the transitory and the in-between. I am investigating a sense of belonging in this globalized world. The type of displacement I am addressing has less to do with homelessness and forced migration, but rather stems from my own multicultural, expat background. I’m creating objects informed by these temporary spaces of passage and the materials that occupy these spaces, exploring their personal narratives. I ultimately wish to extract a sense of comfort and stability within these seemingly sterile environments.
Model: Myles Lefebvre , Photography: Julian Borges