Kosuth’s chair(s) in the Front Member’s Room (text coming up soon!)

Two elements of the work remain constant: a copy of a dictionary definition of the word “chair” and a diagram with instructions for installation. Both bear Kosuth’s signature. Under the instructions, the installer is to choose a chair (any chair), place it before a wall, and take a photograph of the chair. This photo is to be enlarged to the size of the actual chair and placed on the wall to the left of the chair. Finally, a blow-up of the copy of the dictionary definition is to be hung to the right of the chair, its upper edge aligned with that of the photograph.

 

Which CHair do you prefer (top is from the library, bottom is from Brette’s office)?

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4 Responses to Kosuth’s chair(s) in the Front Member’s Room (text coming up soon!)

  1. George Massoud says:

    note: the viewpoint (text coming up soon!)

  2. Antoine Vaxelaire says:

    Top one! Would be nice with the “ugly” unit space chair

  3. George Massoud says:

    haha yea thats true actually

  4. Madeleine Kessler says:

    The library one links better with your narrative?