Chair Portraits: Before&After

The chairs used in Share-a-Chair were unwanted, some left for pick up on North Shore streets. See the gallery for a closer look at each unique chair; the paint brings cohesion to the messy aggregate for a common purpose: a procession and poetry reading in the park. Given new life for the brief performance, many were soon appropriated for play, then spectacle, destroyed and dismantled. Scroll down to previous posts for the full journey.

 

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