This object is a part of Punctuation Marks, a solo exhibition exhibited in Saga gallery in Tel Aviv. This experiment is a search for the meaning of the archetype, and for the borders of our perceptions and language. The artist sought to challenge utilization and the morphological aspects of furniture by reducing useful surfaces to a minimum, where a chair appears and disappears by the smallest changes in design. At which point does an object stop being functional and becomes something else? Can we adapt and use an object that is less than what our perception might approve? Can we still call it a chair?
The project won the Minister of Culture design award in 2015, and part of it was exhibited during the London Design Festival in September 2015, at the 19 Greek Street Gallery, at Fresh Paint art fair, and some other design exhibitions. All objects were hand-made by Neil Nenner and arrive with a certificate of authenticity. The model was specifically crafted for these exhibitions, however, should you want to order multiple pieces, additional pieces can be made to order by the artist; please contact Pamono for more information.