Collective Chair

The collective chair is a group of chairs with a round head, a square head and without a head. Built with a curved and continuous idea of seat, it is open for being reconfigured as an assembly of objects. The 72 chairs form four groups of 18 each, possible to be rearranged among themselves: circles, serpents, individual, continuous and discontinuous paths where the exchange of chairs opens to different relationships between inanimate being and person in motion.

The chairs were built for being activated by students and professors of the Dance Pavillion at the Bambu Eco-School in Bauru, São Paulo- Brazil.

Colaboration: Julia Retz