sculpture chair

Self Portrait Chair Sculpture

sculpture chair

This chair sculpture is part of the permanent collection at The Museum of Arts & Design and included in a book titled “ChairMania”.

It is constructed from a keypad extracted from a New York City payphone, two vietnamese devil heads are mounted on the main wheels to ward off dark spirits. A touch sensitive extended wire activates L.E.D. lights and a vibrational motor. The front wheels of this wheelchair-esque seat is made from speakers that make sounds from a phaser gun when buttons located under the seat are pushed. Finally, the back rest is built from a circuit board.


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