Two Chairs and a Conversation Part 1: “Melting of the Minds” by Lauren Valley (2013)

Laser Cutter,Student Work — Lauren Valley @ 5:24 pm







“Melting of the Minds” features a conversation between an erratic psychotic man bestowing  wisdom upon his eight year old daughter. The designs for the chairs focused more on their underlying aspects and similarities as a family rather than their individual characteristics.

The young girl’s chair is painted white and shaped like an egg to represent her innocence and purity; while the father’s chair features more broken lines and elements of being, in a sense, cracked.

The location for this piece was chosen because of its clean and polished looking aesthetic. The surfaces of the walls were selected to highlight the clean lines of the chair as well as provide sort of a “sanitarium” feel.

1 Comment »

  1. details:
    the spacing between your images is inconsistent.
    please remedy.

    Comment by Ali momeni — November 17, 2013 @ 9:42 pm

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