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My work explores the meaning we attach to everyday objects. To create CHAIRS, I play with perspectives and dimensions. I reclaim old chairs, take them apart, and combine them to become completely new sculptures. I hand-paint, embroider, and embellish them to create flat, almost two-dimensional pieces. 

Historically, only the king would sit on a throne; then rich people were allowed to sit on a chair, progressively the chief of the family, the father or grandfather, and the rest would sit on the floor surrounding the higher hierarchy.

I want my "chairs" to represent the equality we are fighting for as women, immigrants, and Jews. Always fighting to be seen, heard, respected, and treated equally.



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