Savage Chair by Jay Sae Jung Oh

Innovation, invention, and beauty can emerge from anywhere, even the most familiar, ordinary and everyday. Savage Chair exploits this notion while exploring the idea of “humanufactured”. Oh explains “I would like to provoke people into having different perspectives on these types of mass produced products.” By collecting mundane, discarded plastic objects and wrapping them in the natural fiber material “jute” Oh communicates how conflicting elements can combine in unexpected ways spurring subtle messages of awareness. Oh hopes that upon viewing the piece people will “reconsider the ordinary and find value in these products reborn.”


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