Wind-Assisted Chair

Wind-Assisted Chair

Title: Wind-Assisted Chair
Place/Time: 2016
Coastal Oregon Artist-In-Residence in Astoria, Oregon (Recology Western Oregon Artist-In-Resident)

Size: 7′ x 8′ x 9′ / chair 26.5″ wide
Materials: school desk, walker wheels and brake system, patio umbrella, 2 child carrier bike trailers: clear panel windows, canvas, straps and bolts, camp/beach chair carry case fabric and strap, wheeled foldable shopping cart canvas, garden hose, fish net handle, 2 tents: fabric and plastic piping, expandable wooden clothes drying umbrella, furniture wood

Details (condensed):
What if I had to use the wind in order to get around? This chair and passenger navigates the landscape via the assistance of wheels and wind propulsion. I use Wind-Assisted Chair as a tool in which to explore adaptability, flexibility and my feelings about embracing mechanisms of assistance in my lifestyle.

Details (expanded):
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