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Dine Together


DINE TOGETHER, to get there



DINE TOGETHER, to get there

Table: Birch wood, birch plywood, birch veneer / Stools: Black valchromat

How can an object make room (both symbolically and literally) for reflections?

This concept visualizes the importance of doing things together. It brings the discourse about equal rights to the table, literally, but it can also be seen as an attempt to merely communicate positive aspects about staying focused or keeping balance. Or perhaps something completely different? The intertwined layers that this concept holds seek to give room for interpretation and it aims to let various kinds of stories unfold through both collective and individual reflections.

Social structures analogy

This table can work as an analogy of society. If you take something from your side of the table you should feel the urge to give back something equally to the person siting on the opposite side. Otherwise the tabletop will start to tilt and eventually you will push the whole dinner right down in the other person’s lap. This is actually what happens within our society today. Some people tend to take more than others but they never seem to be held responsible for their actions. The problems are just pushed away, causing less privileged to take care of a mess that initially was caused by someone else.

What stories unfolds through your reflections?



Summer 2018  TRÄ ART, Kulturgatan, Bodafors

April 2018       HEMMA - Stories of home, Salone del Mobile, Fuorisalone, Milano

March 2018     It's about Feminism, a-venue, Göteborg

Feb 2018         Playing by the rules?, Stockholm Furniture Fair, Älvsjö


Photographers: Sofia Florell, a-venue/Noora Lehtovuori
Photographer video: Philip Esse