Having lost it’s original function the dining table transforms into a sculpture that is questioning the importance of stability of everyday life. Created to turn into an interactive sculpture the alienation encourages for a real examination of the cross between product and sculpture and invites to rethink and reflect comfort zones. It intends to be a metaphor for unpredictable situations that need to be cared about by society.
The four legs of a conventional table have been replaced in order to call for attention. The absence of humanity is the the visual statement that stresses a nonverbal dialog between human and sculpture by destabilisation.
2020 - constructed beech - 169x65x75 cm
Photo credit: Irina Bittner
Video credit: Lisa Marie Backmann