Chairs for a Dance Pavillion

Co-author: Julia Retz

Chairs for a Dance Pavillion is a set of chairs that suggest different relationships between each other. With a round, square and blackless chair, and built with an assembled seat, it is open to being reconfigured as an assembly of objects. The 72 chairs form four groups of 18 each, possible of being rearranged between themselves: circles, serpents, individual, continuous and discontinuous paths where the exchange between chairs introduce different relationships between object and human in motion.

The set of chairs were built exclusively for the activation by the students and professors of the Dance Pavillion at the Bambu Eco-School in the city of Bauru, São Paulo/ SP - Brazil.