The Peter Reyner Banham Exhibition hosted by the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning presents seven dining chairs by Thomas Kelley. Adapted from John Kassay’s drawings of 18th- and 19th-century Windsor chairs, the built set examines a medley of design what-not-to-do’s. Wrong Chairs pushes the visuality of illusions beyond basic trompe líoeil styling and toward a projective form of vision, or cunning sight, that embraces visual error as both intuition and method.
Thomas KELLEY, “The Peter Reyner Banham Exhibition: Wrong Chairs”
Friday, 04/12 (Opening; exhibition 04/08-05/08)
5.30pm / Hayes Annex A, Room 1
University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning
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Made possible by the generous support of B/a+p, Rives Rash, Myra Shuffett-Rash, and Zoraida Tarifa-Pardo.