Puzzle Table, 2015


In a traditional household, the dining table is a place of union, where family members congregate and converse. Nowadays the family dynamic around the dining table has changed due to many factors such as longer working hours, different schedules and withdrawn due to technological dependence. This installation extenuates the separation of the family by exhibiting the divide of the circular table into four sections. Each section is matched with its similarly coloured unique chair. Each segment is part of a collective. Symbolizing a game of incompleteness, on their own, the puzzled segments require three legs for stability. It requires members of the household to unify the pieces together. To do so, each segment will require only two legs to remain stable because the tables will use the jigsaw connection to stay supported.


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