When you see or hear about the chair in this journal,
allow it to take on the shape of any object you’re ready to start dialogue with.

I say chair but I speak of every object in the room.
I speak of the table,
I speak of the bed
I speak of books
I speak of you.


Above: I spotted this arrangement uptown. The cane webbing caught my eye. I drew closer and found that the chair had sustained some injuries over time. Still (with slight adaptations), it functions.

“Designs don’t have to be perfect: results that are not quite optimum or less than perfect are often completely satisfactory for everyday usage. No everyday product is perfect, nor need they be.”
Donald Norman | 2010

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