Please Have a Seat
Chairs: We all use them, every single day. Even in our fast-paced modern-day society – full of upwardly mobile people – we need to rest our feet from time to time.
This work-in-progress is of chairs discovered while out walking. Many of them have been dumped – often carelessly – into the landscape. They have ended up in or near buildings in various states of dereliction. Other chairs seem purpose-built to become one with their natural surroundings.
Whether by choice or by fate, they often look as if there's no other place they could possibly belong.
A wobbly chair in front of the spooky Nazi holiday complex Prora on the German island of Rügen.
A shed with matching chairs on the West Frisian island Vlieland.
Nature takes over in a former hospital room in the Beelitz-Heilstätten in Brandenburg.
Chair with a perfect complimentary colour against a bright-green graffiti wall at the alternative RAW cultural complex in Berlin.