Long chair cero gravity - Luque collection
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Long Chair Cero Gravity, Luque Collection, a place of support in the moments of life. What is Gravity if not an impulse? A force of strength and impulse that fills the existential void. What is Zero Gravity if not the weightlessness and indeterminacy that makes us human? What is Weightlessness, if not the condition of being in communion with a body that is maternal and unique? And then being born. Gravity is a maternal web, gravity is a push of life, gravity is an essential emptiness, gravity is a breath taken. It is also an expanding panorama. This exclusive Long Chair was born as an Iconic Object defined by its simplicity, its inverted angles, its vanishing points. Its ample dimensions float in a space that crosses the boundaries of its environment. Two fundamental planes, dense and magnificent, two bodies finding each other, inspiring each other, maternal embrace and the human limbs that receive it. We release a new word to the world: Iconography.The invention of this Long Chair Zero Gravity Luque Collection proposes a physical script, a new way to experience contemporary place and time. * Conceptual design by Victor Sergent and Cristian Rodriguez (Argentina Writer and Psychoanalyst). Text by Cristian Rodriguez * Build by: Victor Sergent The seat height varies from 15″ to 8″. Handmade per order in our studio in Oberlin, Ohio, US. Lead time is 6-8 weeks. We will hand deliver within a specific range from Oberlin or we will use LTL freight (less than a truck load) in a crate to your curbside address. (It will not be delivered inside.)
I began showing my woodwork in 2017. I learned to work with wood from local craftspeople in the Oberlin area, and am largely self-taught. My woodwork design concepts are based on my extensive experience in architectural design and the practical design of physical spaces. Every piece has a function, but also has to have a special feature or pattern. I design the concept for individual pieces, beginning with the form and then integrate details like a special function or patterned combination of woods. The designs involves an iterative process of hand- and machine-tooling in saw/reassemble techniques. In my furniture designs, I use different kinds of joinery including mortise and tenon. All work is my own and each piece is unique.More About Artist