Mission No.2 : ERIC KU – Puzzle Chair

Cardboard Puzzle Chair (with 2 meanings) by Eric Ku:

An inspiration from the American contemporary artist Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chair.

Instead of giving a new definition, I redefined the concept of a chair by using the alphabet. One is able to construct a chair by assembling the redesigned alphabet.

And here Joseph Kosuth’s One Two Three Chair installation that Eric used as his inspiration:

Kosuth’s work is all about meaning:
1) The word chair explained 2) A photo of a chair and 3) a real chair, all put together in one installation.

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4 Responses to Mission No.2 : ERIC KU – Puzzle Chair

  1. Nicolette says:

    Very interesting! I would love to have chairs like these.


  2. FishHawk says:

    Your Chair Blog has been included in this weeks A Sunday Drive. I hope this helps to attract even more new visitors here.


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