tiny porcelain chairs

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The tiny porcelain chairs series explores the space where art, craft and design meet. Employing the visual language of a common mass-produced form to overturn expectation by changing the medium, scale and developing new processes. The resulting objects converse with mid-century modern chairs which began on utopian assembly lines and ended up museums pedestals. Being inspired and frustrated by constraints of space in current urban environments, the size of mass-produced utilitarian objects are reduced in order to sublimate them into art objects. Similar to molded ply and fiberglass, each chair begins in a mold, yet each chair is unique, as the materials will not allow for perfect replication.