T.S.E.R., 2011

Fabric scraps, wood, 4 chairs

Variable (Height approximately 4m)


T.S.E.R. bears the acronym for Tight Strapped Extravaganza Ritual. The chairs form four totem-like structures which appear precarious though stand firm in place. Four discarded chairs are erected high in the space through wooden structures that are reinforced with multiple tightly strapped layers of knotted fabric scraps from clothe and textile factories located around central Athens. This is an attempt to describe new conditions of existence expressing change in season and reason in the inauguration of a historical innovative cycle. Thus, although surrounded by economic-political concerns, to create, to act and to persist should operate as stimulants for the regeneration of individual and collective vision and thought.