Bad Day

In this artwork, the chair, a familiar yet often overlooked object, takes on a profound human dimension. Its form represents not just physicality but also our position and dimensionality, albeit in a generic guise. By deliberately disrupting its structure, I aim to mirror the fractured spirit of humanity itself.

We, as emotional beings, frequently grapple with feelings of fragmentation and disintegration. Through this intentional alteration, I perpetuate this sensation, symbolically reassembling the chair as a metaphorical gesture of self-preservation and resilience. This conceptual approach aims to imbue an everyday object with the weight of human experience, inviting viewers to contemplate the profound connections between our inner lives and the physical world that surrounds us.