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Installation view: Museum of Wisconsin Art, Uncommon Adornments Exhibition, 2011

Hair finds curious residence in some of the furniture forms that I adapt or make and includes work that incorporates hair as both a material and conceptual means of adorning and dressing furniture and other objects. This piece is from a solo show called Uncommon Adornments, and it was recently shown at the Paul Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University in the exhibition Hair.

Jezebel’s ch(l)air, attempts to flirt with the viewer with attitude and sass. The seat is upholstered in shiny black vinyl with rabbit hair trim and is suspended from the ceiling so as to be encountered at eye level.

Jezebel's ch(l)air
Jezebel's ch(l)air
Reclaimed antique French parlor chair, upholstery, hair.